When will my street be swept?

Street sweeping is completed at least twice annually. Street Sweeping generally begins as soon as the street gutters are clear of snow and ice. Please refrain from parking on the street until they have been completely swept. Streets are then swept again in the summer to pick up tree seeds and other dirt that may have accumulated since the spring sweep. The streets are swept again in the Fall to pick up leaves that fall in the street with the weather dictating the start date.  It is usually in early-to-mid November.  

Do not rake or blow leaves, sand, grass clippings, or any other materials from your yard into the street.  This leads to unnecessary wear and tear on the machine and takes extra time that could result in other streets not being swept.   

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1. Is my road maintained by the City or Ramsey County?
2. When are the road restrictions in effect?
3. Is there a way to remove Buckthorn?
4. How do I apply for a parking permit in a "no parking" area?
5. Am I allowed to park on the street overnight?
6. How do I report a street light outage?
7. May I have a block party?
8. What is Little Canada's snow emergency parking policy?
9. When will my street be plowed?
10. My mailbox was knocked over by a snow plow. What should I do?
11. My water looks discolored. Is it safe to drink? What are the effects of hydrant flushing?
12. When will my street be swept?
13. Who do I call to report a sewer back-up?
14. Who provides cable television service to Little Canada?
15. Who provides gas and electricity services to Little Canada?