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Eastvale Street Sweeping Reminder

City of Eastvale  

Street Sweeping days and times vary based on location

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Street Sweeping days and times vary based on location

Eastvale – The City of Eastvale contracts through Waste Management with Dickson Street Sweeping for street sweeping services. This service ensures that all City-approved arterial, residential, industrial and alley roadways are kept clean. Maintaining clean streets keeps the City of Eastvale beautiful and complies with the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requirements. Residents maybe unaware of the storm water pollution (polluted runoff) problem, and the threat it poses to the local Santa Ana River, lakes and streams.

Street parking is prohibited during the days and times identified on the street sweeping sign posted at the main entrance(s) to each development. The “No Parking Zone” is enforceable during the block of time identified on the posted sign, regardless of the location of the street sweeper on the scheduled route. Street sweeping services will continue rain or shine and will not take place on holidays. Vehicles parked on the street during those days and between the posted hours will be cited under section 10.20.040-Parking prohibited-street sweeping. The fine amount is $50.00. For residents who wish to contest their citations, please follow the instructions located on the back of the citation.

Residents are encouraged to pay close attention to the street sweeping sign(s) posted at the entrance of your development. If you wish to view the street sweeping maps for the community, please visit the Street Sweeping page on the City’s website, http://www.EastvaleCA.gov/residents/street-sweeping. For more information regarding the street sweeping schedule, general street maintenance or service, please call Eastvale City Hall at (951) 361-0900.

About the City of Eastvale

Eastvale, one of California’s newest cities, incorporated on October 1, 2010. Roughly ten years prior, Eastvale was a part of the world-famous Chino dairy area, home to thousands of dairy cattle and only a handful of residents. Today, Eastvale has an ever-growing population of 63,162 residents according to recent CA Department of Finance data. Roughly 90 percent of the city is developed and served by a variety of local and regional shopping centers. Eastvale residents are proud of their community and of incorporation as well as the chance to chart their own future as an independent city. Eastvale is a young and dynamic community in Western Riverside County filled with economic opportunity and strong values. The City Council values and encourages public participation in the governing process. For more information on the City of Eastvale, please visit: www.eastvaleca.gov.