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New York City Street Cleaning 2024 (Holidays, Maps, Schedule, Apps, 311)

You’re in the right place to find the info for New York City Street Cleaning.

You’ll find the schedule, map, holidays, Alternate Side Parking (ASP), and what to do if you get a ticket.

Whether you’re just visiting NYC for the weekend or you’re a long time resident, it’s important to know when your street is being cleaned.

If you head over to Jersey City , Hoboken, or Brooklyn we have the street cleaning information for there too.

NYC Street Cleaning Schedule Map 2022

NYC street cleaning schedule map

While there isn’t an official NYC street cleaning map, there are still a few resources to find out when your street gets swept.


Spot Angeles is a free web app and mobile app that helps you find which day the street will be swept.

They also help you identify suspensions coming up in the next 2 weeks. They also help you find free parking, where meters are located, parking garages, and parking garages that are having deals.


NYCDOTSigns.net is a web app that shows you street signs from around the city. You’re able to see signs for other curb side, authorized parking, no standing, no parking, metered parking, street cleaning, bus stop, and no stopping.


FreeParkNYC.com brings together 2 maps… a map that shows where and when you can street park and also a map that helps you decide where to park, share its location, and be notified of when you need to repark based on street cleaning rules.

Alternate Side Parking NYC

Alternate Side Parking NYC Logo

If you’re looking for the street sweeping schedule for New York City, it’s important you understand the alternate side parking NYC (ASP) regulations.

Alternate side parking means that the street sweeper only sweeps one side of the street on a particular day. This is helpful in neighborhoods where parking spaces are limited.

Cities that sweep both sides of the street on the same day can make it difficult for residents to find parking on sweep days.

The regulations also mention that EVEN IF the sweeper has already gone by and swept your street, you still can’t park on the street.

Fortunately ASP is not in effect (and you aren’t required to pay any parking meters) on certain holidays.

To download the ASP Calendar for 2024 you can do so here: https://www1.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/asp-calendar-2022.pdf

Holidays that Street Cleaning is Suspended

Street cleaning in NYC doesn’t take place on the following holidays…

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Christmas Day
  • Labor day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Independence Day
  • As well as the following holidays…

Alternate Side Parking Rules

There isn’t an official NYC Alternate Side Parking map, you can use the calendar below to find holidays when ASP is NOT in effect.

NYC Alternate Side Parking Rules and Calendar

Frequently Asked Questions about NYC Street Cleaning

What time is street cleaning on my street?

The best way to find the street cleaning time is by the signs posted on your street.

You can walk up and down the block to find the street sign or you can look up the posted sign here: https://nycdotsigns.net/ Just enter your address and look for the sign for your block.

Regulations only require 1 sign per block so you may need to walk the entire block to find it.

What time does street sweeping start?

Start times vary by street so check the posted time for the most accurate time.

The good news is that for ASP there is a 5 minute grace period where tickets will not be issued.

What is the street cleaning schedule today?

The best place to check the schedule is the post street signs where your car is parked. If you’re not available to do that you can check nycdotsigns.net to view the street signs online.

NYC Twitter Updates

Follow @NYCASP on Twitter for twice daily updates and for emergency supsensions.

NYC311 Mobile App for iOS & Android

Statue of Liberty NYC

New York provide an easy mobile app to get information about street cleaning and parking directly to your phone.

You can also make service requests, check if trash and recycling collections are suspended, and if public schools are open.

Android Mobile App

iOS iPhone or iPad Mobile App

No Parking for Street Cleaning

Neighborhoods Affected by Street Cleaning

These guidelines apply the following Neighborhoods:

  • The Financial District
  • Tribeca
  • Chinatown
  • Two Bridges
  • Little Italy
  • Lower East Side
  • Bowery
  • Alphabet City
  • East Village
  • NOHO
  • Greenwich Village
  • West Village
  • Union Square
  • Gramercy Park
  • Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village
  • Meat Packing District
  • Flatiron District
  • Rose Hill
  • Kips Bay
  • Chelsea
  • Korea Town
  • Murray Hill
  • Midtown South
  • Garment District
  • Hudson Yards
  • Diamond District
  • Midtown East
  • Park Slope
  • Sutton Place
  • Lenox Hill
  • Central Park
  • Lincoln Square
  • Upper East Side
  • Yorkville
  • Manhattan
  • Carnegie Hill
  • Upper West Side
  • Manhattan VAlley
  • Bloomingdale
  • East Harlem
  • South Harlem
  • Central Harlem
  • Morningside Heights
  • Striver’s Row
  • Sugar Hill
  • Hamilton Heights
  • Little Dominican Republic
  • Hudson Heights
  • Fort George
  • Inwood
  • Brooklyn Heights
  • Fort Greene
  • Cobble Hill
  • Boerum Hill
  • Carroll Gardens
  • Prospect Heights

Brooklyn Street Cleaning

The best way to find the street cleaning schedule for Brooklyn is to use the NYC 311 site: https://portal.311.nyc.gov/article/?kanumber=KA-01011

Cleaning Schedules in Cities Near You

Traveling out of Manhattan? Here are some cities in New York that have street cleaning you should be aware of…

City of Buffalo Street Cleaning (Erie County)

No Schedule Listed

City of Rochester Street Cleaning (Monroe County)

No scheduled sweeping. Sweeping is done upon request. You can find more information: https://www.cityofrochester.gov/article.aspx?id=8589968348

City of Yonkers Street Cleaning (Westchester County)


City of Syracuse Street Cleaning (Onondaga County)

No sweeping schedule listed. Here’s parking information: http://syrgov.net/Parking_FAQs.aspx

City of Albany Street Cleaning (Albany County)


City of New Rochelle Street Cleaning (Westchester County)


City of Mount Vernon Street Cleaning (Westchester County)


City of Schenectady Street Cleaning (Schenectady County)

Street cleaning information is not listed. The city does, however, have street plowing guidelines for when it snows. Street plowing information can be found here: https://www.cityofschenectady.com/225/Parking-Restrictions-Snow-Emergency

City of Utica Street Cleaning (Oneida County)


City of White Plains Street Cleaning (Westchester County)

No schedule listed. Information on the roads that are maintained by the city are listed here: https://www.cityofwhiteplains.com/468/HIGHWAY

City of Niagara Falls Street Cleaning (Niagara County)


City of Troy Street Cleaning (Rensselaer County)


City of Binghamton Street Cleaning (Broome County)


City of Rome Street Cleaning (Oneida County)

No schedule listed. Information on who maintains the streets can be found here: https://romenewyork.com/public-works/

City of Poughkeepsie Street Cleaning (Dutchess County)

No sweeping scheduled listed.

City of Jamestown Street Cleaning (Chautauqua County)


City of Ithaca Street Cleaning (Tompkins County)


City of Elmira Street Cleaning (Chemung County)


City of Newburgh Street Cleaning (Orange County)


City of Middletown Street Cleaning (Orange County)

No Sweeping Schedule Listed

City of Auburn Street Cleaning (Cayuga County)


City of Watertown Street Cleaning (Jefferson County)

No sweeping schedule listed

City of Glen Cove Street Cleaning (Nassau County)

No sweeping scheduled listed. Here’s their public works department: https://glencoveny.gov/public-works/

City of Saratoga Springs Street Cleaning (Saratoga County)

No sweeping schedule listed. Here’s their public works department: https://www.saratogaspringscity.com/321/Public-Works

City of Kingston Street Cleaning (Ulster County)


City of Peekskill Street Cleaning (Westchester County)


City of Lockport Street Cleaning (Niagara County)

No sweeping schedule listed

Town of Tonawanda Street Cleaning


Town of Onondaga

“Sweeping is done once a year after the winter season of plowing to clear debris left by the snow melt.”


City of Long Beach, NY


Get a Parking Ticket in NYC? Here’s what to do…


If you get a parking ticket, here are a few things that you can do…

  1. Pay it– fighting a parking ticket takes time so you may be better off just paying the ticket online and being done with it. You can pay for the ticket here NYC CityPay
  2. Fight it yourself– if you don’t think you deserve the parking ticket or want to get out of it, you are able to dispute the ticket in court.

    Here’s how to Dispute a Ticket
  3. Hire somebody else to fight it– You can hire somebody like New York Parking Ticket and they’ll help you dispute the ticket. It also comes with a 100% money-back guarantee and a free consultation.

Street cleaning NYC is no easy feat so we need to all try and do our part to get vehicles out of the way for the sweeper.

Covid Update for Street Cleaning

Street cleaning is back in full effect.

Check the holiday guide above for ASP holiday suspensions.

If there’s info you’re looking for on New York City street cleaning that isn’t listed here, post about it in the comments and we’ll do our best to update this article.

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