Today, Saint Paul Public Works began its city-wide fall street sweeping. It takes approximately four weeks to sweep all 870 miles of streets in Saint Paul. To find out when your street will be swept, use the interactive map at www.stpaul.gov/sweep. The sweeping schedule is subject to weather delays.
Residents are advised to look out for temporary parking restrictions – so our crews can sweep the entire street. No Parking signs will be posted 48 hours prior to the street being swept.
For questions regarding either the sweeping schedule or the parking restrictions, residents can contact Public Works at (651)-266-9700.
Residents are encouraged to mulch their leaves or they can take their yard waste to Ramsey County yard waste drop off sites. For more information about hours and locations for Ramsey County yard waste sites, call (651)-633-3279, or visit the County’s website at www.ramseycounty.us/residents/recycling-waste/collection-sites/yard-waste.
Adopt a Drain - Residents can also help protect our waterways by adopting a storm drain. By keeping storm drains free of debris (including leaves...) you help the environment, keep streets from unnecessary backups, and you will have a cleaner neighborhood. Sign up to adopt a drain at www.stpaul.gov/adoptadrain.
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