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Posted on: March 21, 2022

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

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Update 5/31/2022

The City of Bismarck Street Department continues the city-wide street sweeping project.  City crews will sweep the streets in Areas 7 and 8 starting May 31st. 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 31-Jun 10


North City Limits to Century Ave. East City Limits to State Street
May 31-Jun 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
Complete 5/316Main Ave to Bismarck Exp. 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.

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