Street Sweeping in Somerville
About the Program
Somerville's street cleaning program is an essential public works activity that not only keeps our city looking cleaner, but reduces the risk of flooding and icing due to clogged storm drains.
Signs indicate time and date of no parking due to sweeping. A reccurring pattern was chosen in order to allow residents to plan ahead (example: 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month, etc). The street sweeping season runs from April 1st - December 31st each year.
Find Your Street Sweeping Schedule & Avoid Parking Tickets
Use the Somerville Waste Wizard below to find out when your street is being swept. You can also sign up to receive complimentary notifications, but remember that this is a courtesy service that may experience technical problems; it's your responsibility to follow the posted signs and move your vehicle on time!
City Submits Proposal for Relocation of Public Safety Building to Former Site of Cobble Hill Shopping Center
Mayor Curtatone announced today that the City has formally submitted a borrowing authorization request and a request for appropriation to the Board of Aldermen to acquire the parcel at 90 Washington St.
Members of the public are invited to attend a public hearing by the Somerville Planning Board and the Board of Aldermen’s Land Use Committee on Tuesday, April 3, at 6 p.m., to provide feedback. The hearing will be held in the Aldermanic Chambers on the second floor of City Hall, 93 Highland Ave.
The next round of public input on Union Square development will be a two-part public hearing at two Planning Board meetings on Nov. 20 and 30.
SOMERVILLE – The Somerville Arts Council and the Housing Division of the Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development announced this week a public meeting to discuss a first-of-its-kind housing opportunity for Somerville artists. On Wed., Feb. 3, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.