By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia is starting a new street cleaning program, but if you park in the city, you might have to move your car because of it. Street cleaning signs are popping up in a number of Philadelphia neighborhoods. Each one has a certain day and time slot on it.

The time slots are when drivers won’t be able to park so crews can be out and clean the streets.

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“This initiative helps to reduce trash and litter conditions in the city’s most vulnerable communities,” Acting Managing Director Vanessa Garrett-Harley said. “The areas selected have been identified as requiring additional city services to supplement cleaning efforts.”

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The program starts on April 4.

Here is the list of impacted areas: *indicates areas with “no parking” signage installed as of March 9

  • North Central: Broad St. to 22nd St. from Glenwood Ave. to Diamond St.*
  • Frankford: Bridge St. to Adams Ave. from Griscom St. to Torresdale Ave.
  • Germantown: Berkley St. to Chelten Ave. from Pulaski Ave. to Wakefield St.
  • Kensington: 2nd St. to Kensington Ave. from Tioga St. to Lehigh Ave.*
  • Logan: Godfrey St. to Roosevelt Blvd. from Broad St. to 5th Sts.
  • Nicetown: Broad St. to Clarissa St. from Hunting Park Ave. to Windrim St.
  • Paschall: 58th St. to 70th St. from Greenway Ave. to Dicks St.
  • Point Breeze: Christian St. to McKean St. from Broad St. to 24th St.
  • Port Richmond: Kensington Ave. to Aramingo Ave. from Tioga St. to Lehigh Ave.
  • South Philly: McKean St. to Oregon Ave. from 4th St. to 8th St.*
  • Southwest: Woodland Ave. to Kingsessing Ave. from 49th St. to Cemetery Ave.*
  • Strawberry Mansion: Diamond St. to Lehigh Ave. from Sedgley St. to 33rd St.*
  • West Fairhill: 5th St. to 13th St. from Glenwood Ave. to Susquehanna Ave.
  • West Philly: Parkside Ave. to Spring Garden St. from 52nd St. to 40th St.*
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