City of Troy Enters Final Week of Annual Spring Street Cleanup

City of Troy Enters Final Week of Annual Spring Street Cleanup

TROY, NY (May 6, 2022) – Next week begins the final week of the City of Troy Annual Spring Street Cleanup. The six-week street sweeping and debris cleanup began April 4, and is an effort to clear dirt, brush, leaves and other materials. Residents and visitors are reminded to move vehicles on the day of their street cleanup.

The schedule for next week is as follows:

  • Monday, May 9
    • Even side. Euclid Ave, Rankin Ave, Chelton Ave, Eldridge Ave, Ahern Ave, Boliver Ave, and Creekside.
  • Tuesday, May 10
    • Odd side. Euclid Ave, Rankin Ave, Chelton Ave, Eldridge Ave, Ahern Ave, Boliver Ave, and Creekside.
  • Wednesday, May 11
    • Even side. All streets from Hoosick Street to Tibbets Ave., from Burdett Ave to Mt. Pleasant Ave.
  • Thursday, May 12
    • Odd side. All streets from Hoosick Street to Tibbets Ave., from Burdett Ave to Mt. Pleasant Ave.
  • Friday, May 13
    • Odd side. All streets from Harrison Street to City line; and the Hudson River to the junction of Campbell and Spring., including Brentwood Ave., Crestwood Ave., Wynantskill Way, Grant Ave., Thomas St., and Sheridan Ave.

The City has issued following guidelines regarding this year’s street cleaning program, and encourages the public to share this information through word of mouth and on social media:

  • Residents should review the full Spring Cleanup schedule to determine when their street will be cleaned. The schedule has been published and is available on the website at www.troyny.gov.
  • Vehicles should be parked in accordance with regularly posted alternate-side parking restrictions so that DPW staff can clean the entire street surface area.
  • During posted cleanup days, any illegally-parked vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense. All streets that will be part of that day’s cleanup will be posted for “No Parking.” Please notify DPW at (518) 270-4579 in advance if you know of any abandoned, unregistered or inoperative vehicles in your neighborhood.
  • Property owners are encouraged to sweep or wash sidewalks adjacent to their properties and rake their lawns before sweepers arrive to clean their street. This will improve the effectiveness of street cleaning operations. Please sweep dirt along the curbs and out of the gutters into small piles to help make pick up easier.
  • Residents are asked to place weeds, brush and other materials in a biodegradable (paper) bag or bundle the brush and branches together for easier collection. Please note: Brush (cuttings from trees and large shrubs) cannot be disposed of using yard waste bags, Please trim them to 4-5’ in length and place with other oversize branches directly on the edge of your sidewalk or alley.
  • Please do not obstruct the sidewalk when placing items curbside. Please keep sidewalks and curb ramps adjacent to your property free of obstacles to help keep your community accessible to people of all ages and abilities.
  • Weekly garbage collection will occur as scheduled for properties which normally receive city services.

For more information on the spring street cleaning program, contact the Department of Public Works at (518) 270-4579.

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About the City of Troy:

Incorporated in 1816, the City of Troy is the seat of Rensselaer County government and the county’s largest municipality by population. Situated on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, the City boasts seven miles of waterfront, a largely-preserved historic downtown, diverse neighborhoods, and several major colleges and universities. Troy’s history as the nation’s largest manufacturer of detachable cuffs and collars earned the City’s nickname “the Collar City.” A former steel & iron manufacturing powerhouse of the 19th and early 20th century, the City is now home to a growing hub of tech, video game development, restaurants, and retail.