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Garden Grove Street Sweeping 2024 (Schedules, Maps, Holidays, Tickets)

Here you’ll find the City of Garden Grove street sweeping schedule and related info… like the sweeping map, when holidays affect street sweeping, and what to do if you get a ticket.

Garden Grove is bordered by the city of Santa Ana, Westminster, Stanton, Orange, and Anaheim.

If you live on or park near the border of Garden Grove and one of these other cities, make sure you check out the sweeping schedule for those cities too.

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Garden Grove Street Sweeping Schedule

The schedule for sweeping takes place Monday through Friday on either the 1st & 3rd week or the 2nd & 4th week of the month.

To find schedule, refer to the map below. Unfortunately the city does not guarantee the accuracy of the map so please check the posted street signs to avoid citation.

Garden Grove Street Sweeping Map

Garden Grove Street Sweeping Map

Holiday Schedule for Garden Grove Street Sweeping

Streets will not be swept on these holidays:

  • Monday, January 16, 2024 Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
  • Monday, February 20, 2024 Presidents Day
  • Monday, May 29, 2024 Memorial Day
  • Monday, July 4, 2024 Independence Day
  • Monday, September 4, 2024 Labor Day
  • Monday, October 9, 2024 Columbus Day
  • Friday, November 10, 2024 Veterans Day
  • Thursday, November 23, 2024 Thanksgiving Day
  • Friday, November 24, 2024 Day after Thanksgiving
  • Monday, December 25, 2024 Christmas Day (Observed)

If a city-recognized holiday falls on your regular sweep day, it is canceled. It will not be made-up and sweeping will resume on your next regular scheduled sweep day.

City of Garden Grove Twitter Updates

Follow the City of Garden Grove on twitter at @CityGardenGrove for more updates

Garden Grove Parking Enforcement

What time does the sweeper pass?

In Garden Grove, street sweeping takes place between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in residential areas and 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. on arterial streets.

Does the Street Sweeper Pass on Rainy Days?

Get a Parking Ticket (Citation)?

Citations (parking only) may be paid by one of the following methods:

  1. Mail the citation with a check or money order in the provided envelope to the City of Garden Grove, P.O. Box 409 Tustin, CA 92781-0409.
  2. Pay in person during business hours at
    City Hall, 11222 Acacia Parkway.
  3. Pay in person during business hours at the
    Municipal Service Center at 13802 Newhope Street.
  4. Place in the drop box in front of City Hall.

Contact for Public Works Division

The phone number for public works is (714) 741-5375

Street Sweeping Jobs & Careers in Garden Grove

To find a career working for the City of Garden Grove, you can check their current job openings here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/gardengrove

There are currently no street sweeping jobs posted.

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 “Garden Grove Street Sweeping 2024 (Schedules, Maps, Holidays, Tickets)”

  1. For streets In garden Grove where the sign says on it that sweeping is done on them from 5am to 9am on every 1st & 3rd Thursday, what about on the 5th Thursday of the month in months such as in Sept 2022? Is sweeping also done on the 5th Thursday of the. Month still? And when a month has one in it? Or no because it is not also on the sign? I wish this question had an answer on this page for me here already right now since I’m wondering if I need to be moving my car or not right now even.

    • Go by just what is on the sign for where you are parking. That sign is your legal agreement and legal instructions for city street sweeping requirements. If the city wanted to communicate anything further to match an annual calendar for months wuth 5 weeks, then it would be on the sign, or the city would change the sign and notify everyone by law about the change. And if someone were to get a ticket for parking on non-scheduled dates and times, that ticket would be dismissed since the sign currently does not show any additional days of the month. It’s legal and binding unless they change the sign. Plus adding days to certain months would prevent the city from sweeping all of their scheduled routes with the equipment and crew they have, and it would cost them tons of money to add days just because a few calendar months have more or less weeks in it.


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