Street sweeping — and the parking enforcement associated with it — will resume on June 15. | Credit: Courtesy

The City of Santa Barbara announced Monday that street sweeping is set to resume on June 15. New signs will be posted throughout the city to notify the public ahead of the change, and parking restrictions associated with street sweeping will also be enforced.

“Street Sweeping not only keeps our streets looking good, but also improves the air quality, and keeps trash and debris out of storm drains, creeks and the ocean,” according to a city statement.

Residents are instructed to observe all posted parking restrictions.

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