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Posted on: December 16, 2020

Parking Enforcement Resumes

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Starting January 4, 2021, street sweeping parking enforcement resumes. Residents are reminded to refer to the street sign on their block for the days and times of parking restrictions, and move their vehicles accordingly to avoid receiving a citation.

The City suspended issuance of street sweeping citations on March 16 to accommodate residents who were home due to the state’s Stay at Home Order. During this time, the increase of parked vehicles blocking the roadway has resulted in less effective sweeping.

With the seasonal increase in fallen leaves and wind-blown litter, it is a critical time for street sweeping to return to normal operations. Regular and effective street sweeping plays a key role in removing leaves, trash, and particulate debris from city roadways, and preventing these from entering the storm drain system and eventually local rivers and the ocean.

For more information on street sweeping including a link to an interactive schedule, visit

Questions may be directed to the Public Works Department at or (909) 839-7060.

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