Not sure when you need to move your car? City of Elkins GIS has released an app to help!
Click here to access a map view of the city. Click on your street and the app will tell you the day/time when the street sweeper comes through.
More information about street sweeping, including a downloadable PDF of the street-by-street schedule, is available by clicking here.
Questions? Contact Operations: email@example.com; 304-636-1414, Ext. 1437.
Street sweeper parking enforcement starts May 3
Elkins, W. Va., April 16, 2021: The Elkins street-sweeping season begins Monday. All property owners and residents are asked to review the 2021 Street Sweeper Schedule to learn when vehicles must be moved so as not to obstruct the street sweeper. (Or access an interactive map here.) Starting Monday, May 3, city police will ticket vehicles left parked on streets scheduled for street sweeping.
Elkins sweeps streets Monday-Friday during the spring, summer, and fall, visiting each street once per week. The purpose of the program is to reduce the amount of litter and debris on city streets, both to reduce strain on the wastewater treatment plant and to maintain a visually attractive streetscape.
Notification of cancelled street-sweeper runs will be issued when possible. However, when the sweeper route is cut short due to mechanical problems, inclement weather, operator emergencies, or other factors beyond our control, it is not always possible to issue such notifications. The best practice is to establish a routine of moving vehicles on the appointed day and continue that practice weekly until the end of sweeper season.
For schedule and other information: www.bit.ly/ElkinsStreetSweeper.
Please contact the Operations Department with questions: 304-636-1414, Ext. 1437 ; firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Reduce Infection Risk, Schedules Will Not be Delivered
Elkins, W. Va., April 15, 2020: The City of Elkins street sweeper will start making its daily rounds again on Monday, April 20. In the past, city workers have hand-delivered street-sweeping schedules to homes and businesses in the city. This year, to reduce infection risk during the COVID-19 pandemic, schedules will not be hand delivered. Instead, they may be downloaded on the city website at: www. bit.ly/ElkinsStreetSweeper.