Here you’ll find the Winnipeg street sweeping schedule and related info… like the sweeping map, when holidays affect street sweeping, and what to do if you get a ticket.
If you live on or park near the border of Winnipeg and one of these other cities, make sure you check out the sweeping schedule for those cities too.
Winnipeg Street Sweeping Schedule
There are multiple ways to find your street sweeping schedule if you live in Winnipeg.
- Check the signage posted on your street. You’ll see white signs with red lettering describing when you must move your vehicle for street sweeping.
- If you live on a public street (and the city is responsible for sweeping it) you can find your sweep day by visiting this interactive Map: https://winnipeg.ca/publicworks/springcleanup/map.stm
- If you live in a private community, gated community, or homeowners association (HOA) then it’s likely that your street cleaning is performed by a private sweeping company (not the city). Contact your HOA representative to find out the schedule.
Winnipeg Street Sweeping Map
Use the map below to find the progress of the street cleanup crews. Each spring there’s a 5-6 week cleanup period where crews will be sweeping and cleaning sidewalks and local streets and roads.
Winnipeg Parking Restrictions
Temporary “No Parking” signs may be placed on some streets to restrict parking when crews will be working. Please note that not all streets require spring cleanup signage. Vehicles parked in violation may be towed.
How much is a parking ticket in Winnipeg?
The cost of the parking ticket $150 and the cost of the two is $120.23
City of Winnipeg Twitter Updates
Follow the city of Winnipeg on Twitter @CityofWinnipeg for more updates
Did we miss something?
If you’re looking for a street sweeping or cleaning schedule that isn’t listed here, please let us know in the comments.
Also, occasionally our information gets out of date… if that happens, kindly let us know in the comments and we’ll get the schedule updated. Thanks!