Councillor Ward One
CITY OF SALEM, MASSACHUSETTSKimberley DriscollMayorCity of Salem Releases Fall Entrance Corridor Street Sweeping ScheduleSALEM, MA – Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll today announced the fall entrance corridor street sweeping schedule which will begin on Tuesday, September 1 and run through September 11.Entrance corridor sweeping will take place between 5:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. on the following dates. New this year, we have stream-lined the sweeping of entrance corridors and re-aligned some of the days corridors will be swept, so please take an extra minute to review this fall schedule. Each corridor will be swept over a period of two consecutive days which will alternate between the odd and even side of the streets. Also, as we did last spring, City workers will be utilizing blowers to clear corridor sidewalks of debris prior to the street sweeping.Each corridor will be posted with temporary ‘No Parking/Tow Zone’ signs and parking will be prohibited between the hours of 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.Tuesday, September 1: Odd side of Boston Street and Essex Street (from Boston St. to North St.).Wednesday, September 2: Even side of Boston Street and Essex Street (from Boston St. to North St.).Thursday, September 3: Odd side of North Street.Friday, September 4:Even side of North Street.Tuesday, September 8: Odd side of Loring Avenue and Lafayette Street (from Derby St. to Marblehead line).Wednesday, September 9: Even side of Loring Avenue and Lafayette Street (from Derby St. to Marblehead line).Thursday, September 10: Odd side of Bridge Street.Friday, September 11: Even side of Bridge Street.Please be aware that certain weather conditions prohibit the use of the street sweepers: during moderate to heavy rainfall and extreme cold temperatures sweepers will not be able to operate. Weather cancellations will be posted on www.salem.comResidential neighborhood street sweeping will begin on September 14 and continue through October 9. The residential schedule will be released shortly.