BID Programs


Clean Team

Armed with brooms, litter bags, shovels and determination, the Partnership's Clean Team swept into action on November 1, 2006, and the results were immediate (click here for before-and-after pictures of the district).  Since then, the team has kept the neighborhood looking good and expanded its scope in 2008 to include the Public Plazas. 

Easily identified in their uniforms and caps with the distinctive logo, the Clean Team, contracted through Streetplus, works seven days a week, regardless of the weather, keeping the district as litter-free and graffiti-free as possible.

The Clean Team can be seen in full force throughout the district and on the Public Plazas all year - in all weather conditions. The district is serviced from 6 am to 9 pm during the spring and summer months, and 7 am to 7 pm in the cooler months. A specialized maintenance worker is deployed four days per week during the 8-month period from mid-March through mid-November. From late-November through early-March, this specialized maintenance worker works one weekly shift.

Supporting the Clean Streets Program

The Partnership has placed approximately 200 high-end BID and sponsor-branded litter receptacles throughout the district. Receptacles are sponsored by local businesses and organizations. To learn more about sponsoring a receptable, download our sponsorship catalog.

Pre-Partnership Litter and Graffiti Assessment

Before the Clean Streets Program began, in order to establish and evaluate where problems might be most acute, the Partnership utilized a technology called ComNET (Computerized Neighborhood Environment Tracking). This comprehensive assessment allowed us to document exactly where graffiti, litter and conditions such as "ponding" were most prevalent.

In May 2011, the data was updated to compare conditions after five years of the our services. Click on the links below to see the improvements from 2006 to 2011.

2006 Graffiti Map ---- 2011 Graffiti Map
93.8% decrease in graffiti from 2006 to 2011 

2006 Bills/Stickers Map ---- 2011 Bills/Stickers Map
98.8% decrease in bills/stickers from 2006 to 2011 

2006 Litter Map ---- 2011 Litter Map
97.9% decrease in litter from 2006 to 2011

Quick Stats


Pounds of ice melt used in FY19


Trash bags collected in FY19


Approval rating in 2019 Annual Community Survey


Supplemental sanitation manpower hours in FY19


Decrease in graffiti in the Partnership's first five years


Conditions addressed in FY18


Decrease in litter in the Partnership's first five years

Links / Resources

See below for more information refuse and recycling collection: