Below you’ll find the schedule, map, holidays, tickets and job information for anaheim street sweeping.
The city of Anaheim and is bordered by Orange, Garden Grove, Buena Park, Fullerton, and Placentia.
To find out when your street is swept and other details related to street cleaning, read on…
According to the City of Anaheim, all streets will be swept on a weekly basis. Keep an eye out for warning signs that say “No Parking For Street Sweeping” if you’re parking on the street.
Anaheim Street Sweeping Map
Here’s the map of when your street is swept in anaheim: Street Sweeping Map PDF
Pay special attention if you’re parking by Disneyland or California Adventure since enforcement seems to be even more strict in those parts of town.
Anaheim Street Sweeping Schedule
If you want an easier way to find out your specific street, go to this address finder tool provided by the city: >>Find your Trash Collection and Street Sweeping Days Tools<<
You’ll need to find your street on the map provided to find out which day your street is swept and what time the street sweeper will show up.
Holiday Schedule that impacts street sweeping
Below is the schedule of holidays when streets may not be swept:
- Friday, December 31, 2021 New Year’s Day (Observed)
- Monday, January 16, 2023 Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
- Monday, February 20, 2023 Presidents Day
- Friday, April 15, 2023 Good Friday
- Monday, May 29, 2023 Memorial Day
- Friday, June 17, 2023 Juneteenth (Observed)
- Monday, July 4, 2023 Independence Day
- Monday, September 4, 2023 Labor Day
- Monday, October 9, 2023 Columbus Day
- Tuesday, November 8, 2023 Election Day
- Friday, November 10, 2023 Veterans Day
- Thursday, November 23, 2023 Thanksgiving Day
- Friday, November 24, 2023 Day after Thanksgiving
- Monday, December 25, 2023 Christmas Day (Observed)
City of Anaheim Twitter Updates
Follow the City of Anaheim on Twitter @City_of_Anaheim for updates about sweeping schedule changes and other public works issues.
As we head into April, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about parking enforcement, especially for street sweeping, since so many of you are still staying home from work and school.— City of Anaheim (@City_of_Anaheim) March 31, 2020
We continue to relax some enforcement of parking violations, including street sweeping.#COVID19 pic.twitter.com/O592ZzTQFQ
The City of Anaheim CA boarders Stanton, Garden Grove, Orange, Yorba Linda, Placentia, Fullerton, and Buena Park. If you’re parking on the outskirts of the city, make sure to check the street cleaning schedule of surrounding cities incase you’re over the city line.
Anaheim Parking Tickets
If you get a citation (a parking ticket) in Anaheim, CA you must respond within 21 calendar days of the issue date.
You are able to pay the ticket in 3 different ways:
- Pay or Contest online at www.anaheimepay.net
- Pay in person at 201 S. Anaheim Blvd, 1st Floor
- Pay by phone (888) 255-9711
To inquire about the citation, you can call the number above as well (888) 255-9711
For the city of Anaheim street sweeping phone number is (714) 765-4444
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a street sweeping ticket in anaheim?
A street sweeping ticket is $65.
What’s the city of Anaheim street sweeping phone number?
What time does the sweeper pass?
Street sweeping in Anaheim takes place between 8am and 4pm, Monday thru Thursday.
Each street is either part of the “AM” shift and is swept between 8am and 12noon… or the “PM” shift and swept between 12noon and 4pm.
You can find which shift your street falls under by referencing the map above.
Does the Street Sweeper Pass on Rainy Days?
The answer is, “it depends!” If there is only very light or sporadic rain throughout the day, the streets will likely be swept. If there’s a heavy rain and lots of water running in the gutters, street sweeping will be canceled.
According to the city, on days when there is rainfall, the city will determine if street sweeping will be on schedule by 7 am.
If you’re wondering to yourself “does the street sweeper pass today?”, it’s best to safe rather than sorry. When it’s raining in Anaheim, assume that street cleaning will take place until you confirm otherwise
When is trash pickup in Anaheim?
You can look up your trash pickup day by visiting https://trashschedules.com/anaheim-trash-schedule/
Street Sweeping Jobs in Anaheim
If you’re looking for a job as a street sweeper in Anaheim there are a few places you can look for job openings.
The first place is through the city’s careers page: https://www.anaheim.net/1954/Careers
A career in street sweeping can be a rewarding experience and doesn’t confine you to work in an office building all day.
If you would rather work for a private company you can look for job openings on websites like ziprecruiter.com, indeed.com, or simplyhired.com
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6 thoughts on “Anaheim Street Sweeping 2023 (Schedule, Maps, Holidays, Tickets)”
The tinted map is terrible and hard to understand. Please come up with something more readable.
Juneteenth, does streetsweeper come?
I’m sick of the street sweeping and I think other people are. The tickets aren’t cheap and the sweeper should come once a month. At least once every other week. 1st and 3rd of the month. For Dickel St. Anaheim CA 92805.
Do the street sweepers come when its rainy?
Hope you had a very Merry Christmas.
My name is Mark Welch. I live at 7680 Camino Tampico. We have a mud in our street gutter issue every time it rains as well as on street sweeper days year round. I have lived here for 30 years. At the intersection of Camino Tampico and Paseo Laredo the mud is very thick this time. I typically shovel and wash down myself after every rain. This is getting to be too much. Once the mud is spread out by cars driving through it, It begins to dry and then becomes a dust control issue when passing cars drive through it and create a dust cloud. The tire tracks are everywhere and dust is very prevalent.
Over the years your crews very kindly have come out and cleaned the mud. Back in the day they used the fire hydrant across the street to flush down the mud to the only intake gutter duct on Ave Rio Bravo.
We even had Anaheim redo our gutter pitch to eliminate ponding. Not so good, still ponds and gets green water and mosquitos in front of the house all summer long.
The House at 7695 Calle durango has a parkway on the Camino Tampico side. This parkway is riddled with gofer holes and the dirt mounds get pushed onto the curb and gutter. When the street sweep comes by mud get spread through the neighborhood. When it rains heavy the rain actually rises above that curbing and onto their dirt parkway, washing their dirt and aggregate down through the neighborhood. ( all this can be seen on google maps even the gofer dirt mounds and the dead grass parkway)
There is a house located at 7685 E Eucalyptus Way. (Up The South side of Santa Ana Canyon rd) they drain their pool often. They have a white 21/2″ PVC pipe sticking out of their hillside landscaping which drains onto the steep hill of E Eucalyptus right where the concrete gutter begins. This water and Rain drains down that steep hill to a catch basin at the bottom of the steep hill right at Santa Ana Canyon rd (concreted about 3 year ago) runs under Santa Ana Canyon rd and exits out of a square duct located at the curb of 155 N. Eucalyptus where rocks and debris travel out onto the asphalt road of Eucalyptus and gets pushed all the way down to the catch basin on Rio Bravo where the only street drain collector is located for this neighborhood.
I suggest that a intake sewer drainage collector be install between the Calle durango and the Paseo Laredo streets. (The Gofer parkway) This would be located in the parkway of the 7695 calle durango House.
30+ year Problem solved.
This last heavy rain we had and many others over the years the rain water in the gutters on each side of Camino Tampico actually meets in the middle creating a mini river. Yes, I have great gutter memories on my street out in the rain, wake boarding behind a jeep, riding my bike, riding my dirt bike, a quad, many fun memories but the mud is ruining our beautifully new smooth paved street. I’m constantly washing down the street to prevent tracking mud onto my driveway and on garage floor which ends up on our feet then into our house. Then the mud dries up and the dust begins which covers my driveway, house and cars with a fine dirt dusting. The washing down is cracking our asphalt.
Thank you for reading this. I’m just aggravated and looking to help represent my neighbor hood and report a problem, give my interpenetration of the cause, and provide a remedy via this e mail
Someone misspelled “borders” right under the schedule