City cleaning

City cleaning
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From East Hills to Earlwood and Chester Hill to Riverwood, cleaning our City never stops. If you see litter, illegally dumped rubbish, graffiti or anything else you think we have missed, please call us on 9707 9000. City cleaning From East Hills to Earlwood and Chester Hill to Riverwood, cleaning our City never stops. If you see litter, illegally dumped rubbish, graffiti or anything else you think we have missed, please call us on 9707 9000. Waste and Recycling

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Find out when your street will next be swept!

Residents can now use out new Street Sweeping App to find out when your street last visited by our street sweepers, and when the next sweep date is likely to be.


Disclaimer:
 While all reasonable care has been taken to ensure the information contained on the Street Sweeping App is up to date and accurate, no warranty is given that the information contained on this app is free from error or omission. Please refer to our Disclaimer statement.


From East Hills to Earlwood and Chester Hill to Riverwood, cleaning our city never stops. If you see litter, illegally dumped rubbish, graffiti or anything else you think we have missed, please call us on 9707 9000. Alternatively, you can submit an online request here to report it.

CBD, town centre and village cleaning

CBDs and town centres are cleaned throughout the day and night. Villages are cleaned 2-3 times per week. Cleaning includes litter removal, sweeping of the gutter, spraying of any weeds and emptying of street litter bins. We also carry out scheduled pressure cleaning of pavement areas and street furniture.

You can see a map of our CBDs, town centres and villages here -

City Cleaning Map - Town Centres

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Car parks

Our car parks are cleaned three times per week​. Cleaning includes litter removal and mechanical sweeping.  

Illegally dumped rubbish

We remove illegally dumped rubbish across our City every weekday. More information on illegally​ d​umped rubbish can be found here.

You can also visit our Waste and Recycling page for tips on ​how to best remove any unwanted items, including information on how to book a household clean-up.

Graffiti

We carry out regular inspections of our CBDs, town centres and villages, and remove any graffiti identified. Buildings in parks are also monitored, with graffiti removed when identified. If you wish to report any graffiti, please call 9707 9000 or submit an online request here.

Bus shelters

Adshel maintains bus shelters that have advertising panels. If you wish to report litter, vandalism or broken glass at these bus shelters, please contact Adshel on 1800 501 402.

Council-owned bus shelters are cleaned at least once every two months. If you wish to report an issue regarding one of those bus shelters, please call 9707 9000 or submit an online request here.​


The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.