St. Louis Uses Spirited Street Sweepers

August 22, 2016

The city of St. Louis, Mo., has been showing its community pride through its street sweepers. It started in 2003, when the city started using a Cardinals-themed street sweeper, reports the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Since then, St. Louis has added a number of community-themed sweepers to its fleet, including a St. Louis Skyline design, a St. Louis University Billiken design and, until recently, a Rams design. The feedback from residents has been very positive, reports the Post-Dispatch. Next, the city is looking into decorated trash trucks and trash and recycling bins.

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