Whitehorse City Council

Street & Laneway Cleaning

 
Council cleans main roads, residential streets, laneways and footpaths within shopping centres to ensure that Whitehorse's streets are clean and safe.

 

Street Sweeping

Council's autumn street sweeping program runs from April until July. The municipality's 135 streets with heavy leaf falls are swept at least once every fortnight and other streets are swept once every four weeks (dependant on leaf volume and weather conditions).Street Sweeping

The street sweeping program will begin on the first Monday in April and all leaf streets will be swept on a fortnightly schedule. All other residential non-heavy leaf streets will be swept on a four week schedule until the season ends in July.

Residents living in Whitehorse's 135 heavy leaf streets will receive information from Council in their letterboxes detailing the autumn street sweeping schedule for their particular street.

Residents are encouraged to park their vehicles on their properties during the heavy left sweeping cycle to assist with the cleaning of their streets.

During the other seasons, all streets are swept once every three weeks. To find out more about the street sweeping program, phone Council on 9262 6200.

 


Autumn Street Sweeping Schedule 

Monday

Box Hill: Kintore Cres, Surrey Drv (between Brougham and Alexander), Ashted Rd, Glenmore St, Sweetland Rd, Wavell St
Box Hill North: Dunloe Ave
Box Hill/Mont Albert: Mont Albert Rd (between Elgar and York)
Box Hill/Surrey Hills/Mont Albert: Elgar Rd (between Canterbury and railway line)
Mont Albert: Lightfoot St, Lorne Pde, Trafalgar St, Windsor Cres (between Elgar and Albany also intersection of Balmoral and St George)
Surrey Hills: Albany Cres, Albert Cres, Balmoral Cres, Churchill St, Tower St, Victoria Cres, Wellesley St, Willcyrus St, York St (east side), Zetland Rd

Tuesday

Box Hill: Whitehorse Rd (service road north side, east of Box Hill Town Hall)
Box Hill North: Margaret St
Box Hill South: Fowler St, Grandview Rd, Milton Cres, Devon St, Haig St, Chilcote Crt, Frank St
Box Hill South/Surrey Hills/Box Hill/Mont Albert: Elgar Rd (Riversdale to railway line)
Forest Hill: Sherman St (between Sylvan and Ashmore), Sylvan Crt
Nunawading: Blackwood Crt, Nicholson St, Tunstall Ave, Laughlin Ave
Surrey Hills: Bentley St, Erasmus St, Newton St, Park Rd, Boisdale St, Pine St, Shepherd St

Wednesday

Blackburn: Harold St, O’Hara St, Ashlar St, Cootamundra Cres, Elder St, Elm St, Goodwin St, Hartigan St, Langtree Crt, Linden St, Maple St, Pope Rd, Goodwin St
Blackburn North: Caroline Cres, Esta St, Majtlis St, Charlton St, Grosvenor St, Kent Cl, Rialton Ave
Blackburn South: Alan St, Rosslyn St, Sandgate Rd
Blackburn/Blackburn North: Surrey Rd (Springfield to Whitehorse)
Burwood: Gilmore St
Nunawading: Closter Ave, Nielsen Ave
Vermont: Frank St (between Blanche to halfway down Frank)

Thursday

Blackburn: Fuchsia St, Hindon St, Laburnum St, Myrtle Gr, Railway Rd, Salisbury Ave, The Avenue, Laurel Gr
Mitcham: Agra St, Alwayn Crt, Alwyn St, Benares St, Brian St, Calcutta St, Carween Ave, Delhi St, Haslemere Rd, Lucknow Crt, Lucknow St, Meerut St, Owen St, Ronald St, Ross St, Rosstrevor Cres, Simla St, Ventnor St
Vermont: Grigg Ave, Park Cl, Park Drv, Short St

Friday

Blackburn: Clarke St, Cottage St, Game St, Glen Ebor Ave, Glendale St, Gordon Cres, Gwenda Ave
Forest Hill: Fisher St (between Shady and Menin), Shady Gr
Mitcham: Burnett St, Doncaster East Rd, Fellows St, Harrison St, Austin St, Cherry Crt, Cook Rd, Sunshine Ave, Vernal Ave, Brunswick Rd, Ferguson St, Forster St, Garden Ave, Simpson St
Nunawading: McCulloch St, Silver Gr, Edith Ave
Nunawading/Blackburn: Central Road (from Gordon to Springvale)
Nunawading/Forest Hill: Menin Rd

Street Signs and Street Furniture

Street signs are inspected and washed regularly by Council staff, and are replaced when they are damaged, faded or missing. Council's City Works Department also maintains street furniture, including public seats and litter bins. To report damage to street signs or street furniture, phone 9262 6333.

Township Cleaning

As part of Council's Township Cleaning Program, a dedicated team is responsible for picking up dumped rubbish and carrying out a regular cleaning program of the municipality's shopping centres and laneways.

Emergency Response Cleaning

Council's City Work's Department is responsible for after-hours emergency response to incidents such as flooding during a storm, picking up deceased animals and attending to potholes in roads. To request an emergency response, phone 9262 6333.