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Most York City street sweeping ended on Wednesday, Nov. 14, but a few city streets are designated for year-round sweeping on certain Fridays between 7:15 and 11:45 a.m. 

Cars will be fined $50 for parking on streets during restricted times.

The following streets will swept on the first Friday of each month: the south side of Princess Street from Belvidere Avenue to Penn Street; the west side of Queen Street from King Street to Boundary Avenue; the west side of South Pine Street from King Street to East Maple Street; both sides of the 600, 700 and 800 blocks of Heiges Alley; and both sides of Aunt Jo Lane. 

The following streets will be swept on the second Friday of each month: the north side of Princess Street from Penn Street to Belvidere Avenue; the east side of Duke Street from Jackson Street to College Avenue; the east side of Queen Street from Boundary Avenue to King Street; the east side of South Pine Street from East Maple Street to King Street; both sides of the 600, 700 and 800 blocks of Heiges Alley; and both sides of Aunt Jo Lane. 

The following streets will be swept on the third Friday of each month: the south side of Princess Street from Belvidere Avenue to Penn Street; the west side of Queen Street from King Street to Boundary Avenue; the west side of South Pine Street from King Street to East Maple Street; both sides of the 600, 700 and 800 blocks of Heiges Alley; and both sides of Aunt Jo Lane. 

The following streets will be swept on the fourth Friday of each month: the north side of Princess Street from Penn Street to Belvidere Avenue; the east side of Duke Street from Jackson Street to College Avenue; the east side of Queen Street from Boundary Avenue to King Street; the east side of South Pine Street from East Maple Street to King Street; and both sides of the 600, 700 and 800 blocks of Heiges Alley. 

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