The City of Chino Hills will resume street sweeping parking enforcement and begin issuing $43 citations on Tuesday, July 6. Street sweeping helps our City comply with federal water pollution regulations to keep debris from entering our storm drains and polluting water ways and the ocean. Public residential streets are swept twice per month and vehicles are not permitted to park on the street during their designated street sweeping day between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The City stopped issuing street sweeping parking citations in mid-March 2020 when Governor Newsom issued Stay-at-Home orders, requiring many residents to remain at home.
Check the signs posted at the entrance of your neighborhood to find your street sweeping days, or enter your address online through the City's GIS Interactive Map at www.chinohills.org/StreetSweeping. The website also has a list of City-recognized holidays when citations are not issued. The City does not provide street sweeping on private streets.
The City has a courtesy program to allow residents up to three street sweeping waiver requests per year under certain circumstances. Waivers must be requested at least one business day in advance, prior to sweeping and issuance of a citation. Waivers can be requested by phone by calling the Public Works Department at (909) 364-2800. If a resident has contractors working at the house, they may request a waiver. If permits are required for the work being done, City staff will verify that permits have been pulled for the work before allowing a waiver. Waivers are not granted simply to accommodate households that have more cars than can fit in the driveway at a residence.
Recreational vehicles (RV) may qualify for an exemption, but they must have first obtained the free Temporary Parking Permit that is required to park an RV on the street at any time. Visit www.chinohills.org/RVParking for more information on RV parking. For more information about street sweeping, please call the Public Works Department at (909) 364-2800.