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Brentwood’s Public Works Department provides street sweeping services on most streets in Brentwood. Public Works will follow this routine schedule as best as possible from approximately April through November and may adjust based on staffing and other work priorities.
Street Sweeping Schedule by Street and Day (PDF)
To better clean the debris in the streets, we encourage residents to move vehicles from the streets into their driveways where possible from 7 am to 3 pm on the scheduled day. For streets with no curb cuts or driveways, Public Works will continue to drive around any vehicles at these locations.
If the sweeping is postponed on the scheduled date, the sweeping will take place the following week on the same scheduled day.
Street sweeping is by request only for High School Drive from Swan Circle to Eager Road, Swan Circle (all directions), Wrenwood Lane, Eager Road, and larger streets in Ward 4. All other Brentwood Forest Condominium Association (BCFA) streets are cleaned via BFCA’s contractor.
Do not leave grass clippings or other debris in the streets for the street sweeper, as these items are prohibited nuisances as stated in the Brentwood Municipal Code:
Section 220.010 Nuisances Prohibited — Conditions and Acts Which Constitute a Nuisance
- It shall be unlawful for any owner, lessee or occupant or any agent, servant, representative or employee of any such owner, lessee or occupant having control of any occupied lot or land or any part thereof in the City of Brentwood or within one-half (½) mile of the corporate limits of the City of Brentwood, Missouri, to cause, permit or maintain a nuisance on any such lot or land. Additionally, it is unlawful for any person or his/her agent, servant, representative or employee to cause or maintain a nuisance on the land or property of another with or without permission. Each day that a nuisance shall be maintained is a separate offense.
- The following conditions, acts and business operations are hereby declared to be nuisances affecting public health:
20. The discharge onto any street, sidewalk or right-of-way or into any creek, stream, drainage ditch or storm water system of any waste materials, liquids, vapor, fat, gasoline, benzene, naphtha, oil or petroleum product, mud, straw, lawn clippings, tree limbs or branches, metal or plastic objects, rags, garbage or any other substance which is capable of causing an obstruction to the flow of water drainage or the storm system or interfere with the proper operation of the system or which will pollute the natural creeks or waterways or cause a hazard to the public.