Street Sweeping

SweeperStreet Sweepers will follow the schedule below for 2019. The goal of this schedule is to sweep every street in Hamilton every two weeks. Once the following two-week routes have been completed, the sweepers will start over at the beginning of the schedule.  All three street sweepers will be on the same route, on the same day.  Street sweeping is expected to start on April 29th and continue on this rotation until October 18th (weather dependent) this year.

To help us keep our streets clean, residents should park their cars off of the street (if possible) on the day that the sweepers are going to be in their neighborhood. Residents can also help out by making sure that their trees and bushes are trimmed away from the curb and tree branches are at least 15 feet above the street level. If tree limbs are hanging lower than 15 feet above the street, the sweepers will not be able to get close enough to the curb to sweep up all of the debris.

Note: Residences that are adjacent to boundary roads will be in the Route that contains that particular road. To find out which Route you are in and to find out more information concerning your residence, please visit the My Home web application and type your address in the search box. Click HERE to link to the application.

WEEK 1 – beginning April 29

Monday

Route 1 - An area bounded on the north by High Street to the intersection of High and Erie Blvd; on the east by the corporation line; on the west by Erie Blvd to the intersection of Erie and High Street; and on the south by the corporation line.

Tuesday

Route 2 - An area bounded on the north by Laurel Avenue to the intersection of Laurel and Zimmerman Avenue; on the east by the southbound lanes of Dixie Highway; on the west by River Road and the corporation line; and on the south by the corporation line.

Wednesday

Route 3 - An area bounded on the north by Pershing Avenue and Maple Avenue; on the east by the S Erie Blvd to the intersection of S Erie and Lincoln Avenue; on the west by Neilan Blvd; and on the south by Laurel Avenue to the intersection of Laurel and Zimmerman Avenue.

Thursday

Route 4 - An area bounded on the north by the corporation line; on the east by the corporation line; on the west by N 3rd Street and N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. to the intersection of N MLK and Maple Avenue; and on the south by Maple Avenue and High Street.

Friday

Route 5 - An area bounded on the north by Rhea Avenue; on the east by N 3rd Street and N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. to the intersection of N MLK and Pershing Avenue; on the west by Eaton Avenue, Main Street, and Neilan Blvd; and on the south by Pershing Avenue.


WEEK 2 – beginning May 6

Monday

Route 6 - An area bounded on the north by the corporation line; on the east by the corporation line and N B Street; on the west by Eaton Avenue from its intersection with Gordon Smith Blvd to its intersection with Rhea Avenue; and on the south by Rhea Avenue.

Tuesday

Route 7 - An area bounded on the north by the corporation line; on the east by Eaton Avenue; on the west by the corporation line; and on the south by the Main Street to the intersection of Main, Eaton, and Millville Avenue.

Wednesday

Route 8 - An area bounded on the north by the corporation line; on the east by the Main Street to the intersection of Main, Eaton, and Millville Avenue; on the west by the corporation line and Smalley Blvd; and on the south by Millville Avenue to the intersection of Millville and Smalley.

Thursday

Route 9 - An area bounded on the north by Millville Avenue to the intersection of Millville and Smalley Blvd; on the east by Ross Avenue and the Great Miami River; on the west by Wasserman Road; and on the south by New London Road and Ross-Hanover Road.

Friday

Route 10 - An area bounded on the north by New London Road and Ross-Hanover Road; on the east by Smalley Blvd, Wasserman Rd and the corporation line; on the west the corporation line; and on the south by the corporation line.

Note: Residences that are adjacent to boundary roads will be in the Route that contains that particular road. To find out which Route you are in and to find out more information concerning your residence, please visit the My Home web application and type your address in the search box. Click HERE to link to the application.