The City of Lake Elsinore temporarily suspended its enforcement of street sweeping during the coronavirus pandemic; however, street sweeping enforcement will resume on Monday, July 6.
The city sweeps all residential streets twice each month. Major arterial streets and commercial areas are swept once each week.
All entrances to residential housing tracts have been posted with no parking signs on the day of street sweeping. Code Enforcement will issue tickets to vehicles parked on the streets of neighborhoods identified on the marked “No Parking” signs for the scheduled street sweeping days.
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