In an effort to prepare the streets for the thousands of visitors coming for Bloomsday, the City of Spokane is asking citizens who have cars parked along the route to move them for street sweeping.
The City of Spokane will begin towing cars parked along the Bloomsday route on Tuesday. City crews began cleaning the race route on Monday, Citizens are asked to remove their cars for street sweeping to occur.
No Parking Signs have been place on the north side of Riverside from Jefferson to Hemlock. On Tuesday, April 28, the south side of Riverside from Jefferson will be swept.