Village-Wide Street Sweeping Project Begins Thursday, April 11

GOLF MANOR (4/3/2019) – The Village of Golf Manor will begin the process of sweeping all curbs and streets starting next Thursday, April 11, 2019, weather permitting.

This program is a component of our overall sewer and water management strategy to keep the drainage system flowing properly. In addition, this process will result in improving the appearance of  streets across the Village.

The street sweeping schedule will be implemented as follows:

  • The non-parking side of streets will be completed over a two-day period on Thursday, April 11 and Friday, April 12.
  • The parking side of streets will be swept over Monday, April 15 and Tuesday, April 16. The parking side will require that parked vehicles will need to be moved to the non-parking side of the street until the cleaning process has been completed. Streets will be posted no parking on Monday and Tuesday by the Police Department.

It’s been a while since this process was performed in the Village, so the project may take longer than we expect. We appreciate your cooperation in advance and patience as we complete this project that will be of benefit to all of our residents.

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