Now that Super Bowl 50 is over the cleanup has begun at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara and at Super Bowl City in San Francisco.
Heavy equipment was brought in Sunday to break down and remove all of the tents and porta potties at both locations.
Crews say it could take a week to clear out Super Bowl City in San Francisco.
All of the same street closures that were in effect last week will stay in effect until the cleanup is finished.
It's estimated that the Super Bowl cost San Francisco around five million dollars.
The city will not be reimbursed by the NFL.
Santa Clara will be reimbursed for the money it took for public safety, fire, and emergency medical.