The Division of Infrastructure Management's Street Maintenance Section normally sweeps streets from early April through the last week of October.
To find out if and when street sweeping crews will visit your neighborhood, please type your address into our new street sweeping schedule lookup tool below. Please be patient, we have just introduced this tool and will be making adjustments as we move forward.
Any comments and concerns regarding the online tool, or our street sweeping program, may be submitted by using the
“Need Help?” tab.
Curbed public streets are swept citywide. The schedule is subject to change due to weather, equipment maintenance or emergencies requiring Street Maintenance personnel to be reassigned. The primary purpose of sweeping streets is to remove dirt, litter and debris from curbs to prevent materials from being washed by rain into storm sewers.
We ask residents and business owners to move their parked cars off the street before the sweeping date to allow workers room to sweep the curb lanes of their street. In neighborhoods with permanent signs that identify street sweeping parking restrictions, residents should check the signs carefully because vehicles that are not moved on sweeping days will be impounded and towed at the owner’s expense. The neighborhoods with permanent signs are Downtown, German Village, Harrison West, Italian Village, Neil Avenue and Ohio State University area.
For general information about street sweeping in Columbus, contact us:
311 Service Center at (614) 645-3111 E-mail:
If you believe your car has been impounded because it was parked in a posted sweeping zone, you may contact the City Impound Lot (614) 645-6400.
Downtown Sweeping Map: