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Posted on: October 6, 2017

Urban Sweeping Program Begins Tuesday, Oct. 10

Beginning Tuesday, October 10, 2017, Framingham Public Works will be introducing a new street sweeping program targeted at the urban areas of the community. The Urban Sweeping Program was developed in an effort to keep the streets and waterways of Framingham clean and to supplement the Annual Street Sweeping Program.

Each week, on Tuesdays, April through November, there will be no parking allowed between 9:00am and 12:00noon on streets in the southern, urban area of Framingham. The program is broken out into four areas, each having a different Tuesday of the month.

Urban Sweeping Area A (First Tuesday): Bishop Street: #1, #2, Henry Street, Proctor Street, Clark Street, Kendall Street, Richardson Circle, Davis Street, Lexington Street, Richardson Court, Franklin Street: #2-#156, Milton Street, Sanger Street, Frederick Street , Park Place, Thompson Street, Freeman Street, Park Street, Torrey Street, Grant Street: #1 - #76, Pearl Street, William H. Welch Way.

Urban Sweeping Area B (Second Tuesday): Avon Street, Bethany Road #4-56, Bridges Street, Bridges Street Ext., Cedar Street, Charles Street, Clafin Street, Clifford Street, Coburn Street, Cypress Street, Hayes Street, Highland Street, Hilton Street, Mellon Street, Naples Street, Pine Street, Saucier Street, Waverly Court, Winthrop Street.

Urban Sweeping Area C (Third Tuesday): Alexander Street, Arlington Place, Arlington Street, Blandin Avenue, Columbia Street, Eames Street, East Street, Gordon Street, Herbert Street, Irving Street #46-#280, Marble Street, Phipps Street, Pratt Street, Roxanna Street, Snow Street, South Street, Summit Street, Taylor Street, Waushakum Street, Wellington Avenue.

Urban Sweeping Area D (Fourth Tuesday): Beaver Court, Beaver Park Road,Beaver Street, Beaver Terrace Circle, Coolidge Street, First Street, InterfaithTerrace, Marian Road, Morton Street, Picard Terrace, Second Street, TaralliTerrace, Third Street, Willis Street.  

On October 10, under this program, Area B will be the first to be swept.

Framingham Public Works is asking the community to observe the newly installed “No Parking” signs. The community’s cooperation is needed and appreciated. Vehicles parked on these streets during the posted times will be ticketed and towed.

For more information, visit, or contact the Highway Division at 508-532-6030.

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