On Sunday, May 1 at 10:00 p.m., crews will begin cleaning Winnipeg’s entire street network, including bridges, sidewalks, and active transportation pathways, weather and conditions permitting.
On Sunday, May 8, it’s anticipated that crews will commence the cleanup of boulevards and medians, as well as litter and debris in City parks, weather and conditions permitting.
Continuing over the next five to six weeks, this major operation involves over 300 pieces of equipment and approximately 500 workers.
The Know Your Zone app notifies you about spring cleanup operations and temporary parking restrictions with Spring Cleanup Alerts in advance of planned operations.
Vehicles parked in violation may receive a $150 ticket ($112.50 if paid within 14 days) and may be towed to the towing company’s compound at the owner’s expense. Please note that not all streets get “No Parking” signs ahead of cleanup operations – these are typically only placed on streets that present challenges for crews.
For more information on the City’s spring cleanup activities, including a progress map, see winnipeg.ca/springcleanup.