Street Lighting Projects

The City of Anaheim has an LED Street Light Replacement Program that focuses on street light reliability improvements and new lighting requests to enhance pedestrian and roadway visibility, and address public safety and security needs within various neighborhoods. 

In 2017, Utilities began accelerating the upgrade of its streetlights with light emitting diodes (LED), which have become an industry standard due to the technology’s efficiency, longevity, and gradual reduction in price. LED streetlights are expected to last twice as long as the older, high-pressure sodium (HPS) streetlights, reducing future maintenance requirements. 

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The program consists of:
  • Converting approximately 21,000 streetlights from high-pressure sodium (HPS) to Light Emitting Diode (LED). Approximately 70% of the streetlights have been converted to date. 
  • New street light requests are tracked by the Community Services Department and subject to available funding and prioritization in collaboration with other departments and community needs.

Claudina, Live Oak, and Rome Street Lighting Project
Project Completed: May 2021
This project resulted in 63 new LED streetlights along residential streets that lack sufficient roadway lighting. Street lighting requests are coordinated by Neighborhood Services section in the Community Services Department and prioritized based on community feedback, assessed needs by other departments, and qualification for funding.

Alberta & Ohio, Pioneer, Redondo, and Turquoise Street Lighting Project 

Project Completed: March 2020
This project resulted in 42 new LED streetlights within these eligible Anaheim neighborhoods that qualified for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, with match funding from Public Utilities and Community Services departments.

Oak & Chestnut, Narda & Susanne, and Forest & Boden Street Lighting Project
Project Completed: May 2018

This project resulted in 55 new LED streetlights within these eligible Anaheim neighborhoods that qualified for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, with match funding from Public Utilities and Community Services departments.