Street Sweeping

street-sweeper3Street sweeping is provided by Milpitas Sanitation. Please call Milpitas Sanitation at (408) 988-4500 for your neighborhood’s schedule.

You can also look up your neighborhood’s schedule using this color coded map: City of Milpitas Street Sweeping Map. Adobe Icon First look up your street and then check the legend in the lower left corner for your schedule. You will need to enlarge the map to read street names and the legend.

Residential streets are swept the weekday following your garbage collection day, every other week. There are some exceptions for holidays. Commercial streets are swept weekly. Call the City of Milpitas Engineering Department at (408) 586-3352 or (408) 586-3353 if you have any concerns about this service.

STREET SWEEPING DAY GUIDELINES

Over 14,300 curb miles are swept annually in Milpitas! Help keep our city streets clean and protect our creeks by following these simple street sweeping guidelines.

  • Keep cars off street from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. on sweeping day. Regular sweeping removes the dirt and pollutants that accumulates on streets. Vehicles parked on the street block curb access and eventually allow debris to enter the storm drain, local creeks and the San Francisco Bay. Thanks for doing your part to keep our streets and Bay clean year round!
  • Use your green yard trims cart for large amounts of organic material such as leaves, branches, plants and grass clippings. The sweeper can only remove piles less than 3 inches tall and 12 inches wide.
  • Fall / Winter Leaf Clean-up: Fall is a beautiful time of year – until all the leaves drop from the trees! Set out leaves and branches in your Yard Trimmings Recycling Program cart every week to keep these materials out of storm drains. In targeted neighborhoods, streets are swept once a week during the months of November and December. You will receive notification from the City of Milpitas if you live in one of these neighborhoods.
USEFUL RESOURCES
  • City of Milpitas Street Sweeping Map Adobe Icon: To find your neighborhood’s street sweeping day, look up your street on this color coded map and then check the legend in the lower left corner. You will need to enlarge the map to read street names and the legend.