April - June 2023
The 2023 Annual Spring Clean-up program is underway.
Thank you, as always, for helping make a clean sweep of the roads by moving your vehicles.
Parking enforcement during street sweeping has returned to pre-COVID operations.
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Calgary Parking plays a key role in ensuring the program is a success. Camera equipped cars help enforce temporary sweeping bans, but parking officers also validate these bans by verifying community signage is visible to residents ahead of time.
“A good reminder to avoid a ticket is keep your vehicle off the road for the duration of the ban (usually one full day 8am-4pm), as street sweepers will make multiple passes,” says Todd Sullivan, Leader, Parking Patrol and Investigation at Calgary Parking. “We coordinate enforcement alongside our teammates in Mobility to ensure our camera cars and sweepers are working as closely as possible.“
For in-depth information on this program, including alerts, sweeping schedules and background information, please go to www.calgary.ca/sweep
Calgarians will see signage posted notifying them of upcoming street sweeping in their community.
No parking is allowed on your street when Street Cleaning Community Signs with “No Parking” symbols are placed during Spring Clean-up. Any vehicle that has not been removed from the street is the subject of a parking infraction.
Vehicles are subject to be ticketed and towed if the 3-foot high "No Parking" signs are placed along the road. They will be placed at least 24 hours prior to street sweeping. If vehicles are towed:
2023 Ticket Statistics 2022 Ticket Statistics (Updated Weekly - Tuesdays)
April 17 - 21 3,298 April 18 - 22: 610 (impacted by snow event)
April 24 - 28 3,192 April 25 - 29: 3,461
May 1 - 5 3,213 May 2 - 6: 4,339
May 8 - 12 2,853 May 9 - 13: 3,814
May 15 - 19 3,110 May 16 - 20: 3,670
May 23 - 26 2,445 May 23 - 27: 3,029
May 29 - June 2 3,327 May 30 - June 3: 3,846
June 5 - 9 2,291 June 6 - 10: 3,709
June 12 - 14 1,817 June 13 - 17: 2,496
June 20 - 22: 1,218
Total to date: 25,546 2022 Total: 30,192
*Performed minimal enforcement as requested by The City of Calgary to support Calgarians at the onset of pandemic lockdowns.