Here you’ll find the Costa Mesa street sweeping schedule and related info… like the sweeping map, when holidays affect street sweeping, and what to do if you get a ticket.
Costa Mesa is bordered by the city of Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Santa Ana, Fountain Valley, and Irvine.
If you live on or park near the border of Costa Mesa and one of these other cities, make sure you check out the sweeping schedule for those cities too.
Costa Mesa Street Sweeping Schedule
There are multiple ways to find your street sweeping schedule if you live in Costa Mesa.
- Check the signage posted on your street. You’ll see white signs with red lettering describing when you must move your vehicle for street sweeping.
- If you live on a public street (and the city is responsible for sweeping it) you can find your sweep day by visiting this interactive Map: https://www.costamesaca.gov/home/showdocument?id=7471
- If you live in a private community, gated community, or homeowners association (HOA) then it’s likely that your street cleaning is performed by a private sweeping company (not the city). Contact your HOA representative to find out the schedule.
Costa Mesa Street Sweeping Map
Click the map below to find a long list of streets and their sweep schedule. We’re working on turning this into an actual map so thank you for your patience while we do that.
Holiday Schedule for Costa Mesa Street Sweeping
- New Years Day
- Monday, May 29, 2023 Memorial Day
- Monday, July 4, 2023 Independence Day
- Monday, September 4, 2023 Labor Day
- Thursday, November 23, 2023 Thanksgiving Day
- Monday, December 25, 2023 Christmas Day (Observed)
City of Costa Mesa Twitter Updates
Follow the city of Costa Mesa on Twitter @CityofCostaMesa for more updates
Due to the observation of the Labor Day holiday on Monday, there will be no residential street sweeping Sept. 2 through Sept. 6, 2019.— City of Costa Mesa (@CityofCostaMesa) August 31, 2019
There should be no parking citations issued during this time.
Street sweeping will resume the week of Sept. 9. For more Info (714) 327-7471. pic.twitter.com/9WB78vlokm
Costa Mesa Parking Enforcement
Parking enforcement is done by the Costa Mesa police any time street sweeping is taking place.
What time does the sweeper pass?
It varies by the street that you live on. Check the posted signs at the entrance to your neighborhood for the most accurate sweep times.
Does the Street Sweeper Pass on Rainy Days?
It depends. Light or sporadic rain may allow the street sweeper to still operate effectively. Heavy rains will cause street sweeping to be canceled.
Get a Parking Ticket (Citation)?
Contact for Street Sweeping Hotline
Public Services Department
Did we miss something?
If you’re looking for a street sweeping or cleaning schedule that isn’t listed here, please let us know in the comments.
Also, occasionally our information gets out of date… if that happens, kindly let us know in the comments and we’ll get the schedule updated. Thanks!
2 thoughts on “Costa Mesa Street Sweeping 2023 (Schedules, Maps, Holidays, Tickets)”
Probably in a year our portion of street Wilson between Canyon and Pacific Ave.
it has swept probably 5 times only. it has been reported by several residents with no success. if at least the signs would be removed we have something better
todo then move cars for no purpose.
are you guys working at the rain whether