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2018 Sweeping Schedule for Residential Sweeping Routes

UPDATE 12/7/2018:    The 2018 Residential Sweeping Program was completed on July 9, 2018.  We completed sweeping over 4055 miles of roads in residential neighborhoods and collected over 655 tons of debris.

NOTE: The link to the County's Leaf Collection Program is:

The Residential Sweeping Program began on April 16, 2018. The program started with those routes that have been identified by the county's Department of Environmental Protection as being in sensitive watersheds. 

Please note that "No Parking" signs will be posted in most sweeping neighborhoods. Not every pole or every street will have one. Cars will not be towed for the sweeping program. However, sweeping trucks cannot return to re-sweep areas where cars were parked. Click on "Additional Information" below for additional Parking suggestions.

An accessible Street Sweeping application for persons with visual disabilities is provided on this page.

To check the schedule for your neighborhood, please type your address into the box on the map below. Then, click on the colored area of the map. The anticipated sweep dates will pop up. Those dates are approximate and can be affected by weather, amount of debris collected, equipment availability and other variables and may vary by up to a few days. To see all sweeping routes on a schedule table click on the pull-down arrow at the bottom of the map.

The purple colored areas are those that the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has determined are in sensitive watersheds and receive priority sweeping.


NOTE: This map works best with modern internet browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer 11 or later.

If you have any concerns, please email us at or call at 240-777-7623 or 311.

This program is designed to ensure clean and environmentally friendly streets.

Click here for Fequently Asked Questions

Click here for additional Sweeping Program Information


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