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The 2019 Superbloom is a natural phenomenon unlike anything the City has ever experienced and demonstrates the extreme beauty of the City of Lake Elsinore. We would like to thank residents and visitors for their patience as we faced substantial challenges related to this international attraction. At this time, the City is experiencing a high call volume. Walker Canyon is currently open, however parking is very limited. Lake Street and Nichols Road are also now open. For more information, call the Superbloom Hotline at 951-471-1238 or check the City's social media feeds.

Street Sweeping

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Street Sweeping

The City of Lake Elsinore 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. Our posted signs meet the requirements set forth in the California Vehicle Code.

Code Enforcement will issue tickets to cars parked on the streets of neighborhoods identified on the marked “No Parking” signs for the scheduled street sweeping days.  Cars parked on the street force the sweeper to miss some areas of the curb when the street is swept. The most desirable solution is to have residents know when their assigned day is for sweeping and avoid parking on the street on those days. Neighbors can help by observing posted temporary no parking days and working together to pass the information throughout the neighborhood by word of mouth, especially to new neighbors.