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The City of Hood River public works department announces public works crews will perform night-time street-sweeping operations from Sunday night, Feb. 9 until Thursday night, Feb. 13, from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., and asks for some assistance from the public.

 
The City of Hood River public works department announces public works crews will perform night-time street-sweeping operations from Sunday night, Feb. 9 until Thursday night, Feb. 13, from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., and asks for some assistance from the public.
 
In preparation from the city-wide sweeping, residents will be allowed to sweep their sidewalk debris into the street in advance of this schedule. “This is a temporary exception to the rule of ‘no yard debris from sidewalks or property in the curb and gutter,’ which is normally treated as a storm-water violation and is against municipal code,” said Public Works Operation Manager Andrew Jackson.
 
Public works also asks residents to park off-street when possible during the street-sweeping schedule. Specifically, residents are asked to abstain from parking on State Street between Sixth and Ninth streets on Sunday night (Feb. 9) and Monday night Feb. 10) in order to completely clean the north and south sides of State Street.
 
If you have questions, please call the City of Hood River public works department 541- 387-5201. 

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