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City of Lakewood holding off street sweeping parking enforcement for at least two weeks

In view of the recent re-implementation of a regional Stay At Home order, and because many people are at home now and can’t easily find off-street places to park, the City of Lakewood will not issue street sweeping parking citations for at least the next few weeks.

The city will notify the public in the Lakewood Connect eMagazine before re-instituting ticketing.

Even though the city will not be issuing citations until the more stringent aspects of the Stay at Home order are lifted, the city will still be sweeping streets to ensure they are as clean and sanitary as possible.

To help, the city is asking that residents still endeavor to park their vehicles off the street or on their lawn on street-sweeping day if at all possible.

Please note that parking enforcement will continue for non-street sweeping related violations, such as parking in red zones or blocking sidewalks.

This article was released by the City of Lakewood.


  1. Why is Lakewood California (LA county) being posted in Orange County papers?

    1. Roger,

      Thank you for reading Orange County Breeze, and for taking the time to ask your question.

      The core coverage area of Orange County Breeze is the local news of Cypress, Los Alamitos, Rossmoor, Seal Beach, the Joint Forces Training Base, and the Naval Weapons Station. However, we also publish news of neighboring communities — for instance, Long Beach and Lakewood in Los Angeles County — as we receive it because many of our readers live or work in those communities. Also, events occurring in neighboring communities often has an effect across the County border.

      Again, thank you for reading Orange County Breeze. Stay safe, stay healthy!

      Shelley Henderson
      editor, Orange County Breeze

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