The City of Sherbrooke is launching its street cleaning operation that will continue in the coming weeks.
The streets of the districts will be cleaned in turn as of Monday, April 18, do we announced in a press release.
Several means of communication will be used to fully inform citizens of the state of current work.
To facilitate the development of this annual event, the collaboration of Sherbrooke is required. They may scrape their land and leave dust and small stone on the curb before crossing sweepers.
We must avoid creating piles and drop leaves and branches in the brown bin.
During this period, the City asks avoid to park at the curb when cleaning. At the same time, we must put the bins in the street on the morning of collection and store on their return home.
This year, street cleaning will start in downtown and respectively continue in the boroughs of Rock Forest-Saint-Élie-Deauville, Jacques Cartier, of Brompton, Fleurimont, Lennoxville and finally Mont Bellevue.
For the great cleansing progress in each borough, visit the new interactive map to sherbrooke.ca/grandnettoyage.
As part of a pilot project, citizens will be notified by phone, said a press release. An automated phone message will be sent them about 24 hours before the passage of sweepers in their area.
Recall that the cleaning operation began in late March with the big chore than 24 hours at Jacques-Cartier Park. Since then, teams of maintenance service and Highways (SEV) perform preparatory work in several areas.