New signs denoting street-sweeping information began appearing around a few weeks ago, and officials are working to clear up some confusion the signs created.
Some streets still have old signs, which display different street sweeping schedules than new signs on other streets.
Officials are looking in particular at signs placed on Dormont Avenue, where cars cannot be moved to the other side of the street for sweeping because Dormont Avenue is a one-way street.
Some signs seem to read that street sweeping will occur every week, but recreation director Gregor Saulsbery said it likely will occur only once a month. Stickers have been ordered for the signs to clear up the misunderstanding.
The signs should display correct information by April 1, when street sweeping is scheduled to start, and more information about the issue should be available by the end of this week.
Check back with Dormont-Brookline Patch for updates on this issue.