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The Hollidaysburg Borough Public Works Services Department has established the street sweeping schedule for this year.  Sweeping will be conducted in your area at least once per week during each scheduled month, according to the following schedule.    
   Street sweeping is conducted on a "weather permitting" and "available personnel" basis - however, every attempt will be made to sweep the streets in each designated area according to the established schedule.

 Month
(Week 1)
(Week 2) 
(Week 3)
(Week 4) 
April 
 
3rd - 7th
10th - 14th  
 17th - 21st
24th - 28th 
June
7th - 9th  14th - 16th 21st - 23rd
28th - 30th
September
6th - 8th
 11th -- 13th 18th - 20th
25th - 27th

During the weeks in which your street is scheduled to be swept, please try to have vehicles removed from the street so that sweeping may be performed as efficiently as possible.

Street Sweeping Area Maps

(Please note that the following maps are in both Adobe Acrobat pdf file format and jpeg image file format.  The jpeg image file will load more quickly, but will have lower resolution and image quality.  The pdf files are larger files and will take longer to download, but will be of higher quality and may be enlarged in the Adobe Reader.  The pdf files require Abobe Reader to view.  You may download the free Adobe Acorbat Reader viewer here:

 Get Acrobat Reader here

 

 Area No. 1 Map (pdf) Area No. 2 Map (pdf)  Area No. 3 Map (pdf)  Area No. 4 Map (pdf)  

Street sweeping serves several purposes, in addition to just keeping the streets clean.  Routine, regular sweeping of our streets:
  • keeps debris and pollutants from entering the storm sewer system and ultimately the Beaverdam River
  • removes debris, such as loose gravel and leaves, that may contribute to an accident, may cause damage to vehicles, or may be hazardous to bicyclists and pedestrians
  • reduces wind blown dust and road debris onto adjacent properties and reduces airborne pollution
  • helps improve the visibility of pedestrian crosswalks
  • improves the overall appearance and aesthetics of our community
Your cooperation with this public service program is greatly appreciated!
 
     
 


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