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Posted on: March 21, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Bismarck's City Wide Street Sweeping Project Update

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Update 5/24/2022

The City of Bismarck Street Department continues the city-wide street sweeping project.  City crews will sweep streets as listed below. Crews will continue this schedule, weather permitting, until all residential streets are swept.  Dates and locations subject to change without notice.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Sweeping Guidelines for Residents and Businesses

  • Keep vehicles and trailers off the street until sweepers are done in your area.
  • Do not rake sand or debris from your boulevard into the street.
  • Do not to rake or blow leaves or grass into the street.
  • Grass clippings plug our storm water system.
  • Keep grass clippings out of the gutter line and street.  Adopt an Inlet

Sweeping Days and Times

Monday – Friday from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm

Dates and locations subject to change without notice.  



May 18-Jun 1


Main Ave to Bismarck Exp. East City Limits to West City Limits
Jun 2-10


North City Limits to Century Ave. East City Limits to State Street
Jun 2-10


North City Limits to Century Ave. State Street to West City Limits
Complete 4/41Bismarck Exp to South City Limits. East City Limits to West City Limits
Complete 4/102Divide Ave to Boulevard Ave  and  Highland Acres Area.
Complete 4/113Boulevard Ave to Main Ave. East City Limits to West City Limits
Complete 5/144Century Ave to Interstate 94. State Street to West City Limits
Complete 5/175Interstate 94 to Divide Ave. East City Limits to West City Limits

Street Sweeping Tips

  • Street sweeping operations can be dangerous.
  • Stones and other flying debris could be hazardous.
  • Parents are advised to keep children away from all street sweeping operations.
  • Motorists should drive with caution when passing street sweepers.
  • Visibility may be restricted in sweeping areas due to dusty conditions.

Street Sweeping
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