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SF Street Cleaning Map

Today - Wed, Jan 22 2020

  • Rules enforced

Tomorrow - Thu, Jan 23 2020

  • Rules enforced

Fri, Jan 24 2020

  • Rules enforced

Upcoming Street Cleaning Holidays

Mon, Feb 17 2020

  • President's Day
  • Suspended

Mon, May 25 2020

  • Memorial Day
  • Suspended

Spots with no Street Cleaning in 24h

  • 632 Dolores St SF
  • 2 min walking
  • Street Cleaning in more than 24h
  • 541a Dolores Street, San Francisco
  • 2 min walking
  • Street Cleaning in more than 24h
  • 625 Dolores St SF
  • 2 min walking
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  • 353 Dolores St SF
  • 2 min walking
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  • 655 Dolores St SF
  • 3 min walking
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  • 3735-3751 18th St SF
  • 4 min walking
  • Street Cleaning in more than 24h
  • 3556-3582 21st St SF
  • 7 min walking
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  • 3581 21st St SF
  • 7 min walking
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  • 8 Rayburn St SF
  • 11 min walking
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  • 1027 Sanchez St SF
  • 16 min walking
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  • 1012 Sanchez St SF
  • 16 min walking
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  • 961 Noe St SF
  • 16 min walking
  • Street Cleaning in more than 24h

How does Street Cleaning SF work?

Street cleaning is managed by San Francisco Public Works, the city department in charge of sweeping the streets. They do it weekly or twice per month in residential areas and at least once per week in commercial areas. During street cleaning hours, residents must move their cars and property owners must make sure the tree in front of their home is trimmed up to 14 feet.

What time is Street Cleaning SF?

There are signs on the side of the street to inform residents of the street cleaning hours. These may differ radically from one block to another. In residential areas, street sweeping tends to happen any time from the early morning to the afternoon. In commercial areas, street sweeping usually happens at night. To make it easy for you to find the San Francisco street cleaning schedule, you can use this map and tap on any spot to view the hours of enforcement.

Is it legal to park after the Street Sweeper passes?

It’s safe to park only if you’ve seen a parking ticket officer citing un-moved cars followed by the street sweeper (if you’ve never seen one it is the heavy truck with big brushes and large vacuum tubes). If you have a doubt, you’d better not park to avoid a street cleaning violation.

How much is a SF Street Cleaning Ticket?

In 2018, violating street cleaning will cost you $73! The fine has gone up from $68 (2016) and increases on a yearly basis. It is also the most issued type of ticket among SF parking tickets.

When are San Francisco Street Cleaning Holidays?

In residential areas, street cleaning is suspended during the legal holidays below.
In areas with 7-day night street sweeping (mostly commercial areas), street cleaning is suspended only on the 3 holidays flagged with a *.

* New Year’s Day - Jan 1
Martin Luther King Day - Jan 21
Presidents Day - Feb 18
Memorial Day - May 27
Independence Day - Jul 4
Labor Day - Sep 2
Columbus Day - Oct 14
Veterans Day - Nov 11
* Thanksgiving Day - Nov 28
Day after Thanksgiving Day - Nov 29
* Christmas Day - Dec 25