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Boulevard excessive sand

Below are three examples of residential boulevards.
Please review the photos to determine which category your boulevard most closely matches.
The volume of sand must be greater than two wheelbarrows.
  1. The picture below is not considered excessive sand.
    The boulevard sand volume does not meet the criteria as it is mostly leaf debris. If a service request is generated, no service will be provided and would fall under the homeowner's responsibility. The street is swept under Streets Maintenance Spring Cleanup Program.
  2. The picture below may or may not be considered boulevard excessive sand.
    A service request should be submitted for a site inspection. The volume of sand must meet the criteria of greater than two wheelbarrows of material. The service request may or may not be attended to, depending on the outcome of the site inspection. The street is swept under Streets Maintenance Spring Clean Up program.
  3. The picture below is considered boulevard excessive sand as it clearly meets the sand volume criteria. An Excessive Sand service request should be submitted and service will be provided.

After reviewing the above, if you believe you meet the excessive sand volume criteria, please contact 311.

Last update: January 9, 2020