In this research, a smart wireless street lighting system (SWSL) based on wireless communication using ZigBee configuration is designed, implemented, and analyzed. The proposed SWSL system which is equipped with sensors (light sensor, motion sensor, current and voltage sensor), time readers and the microcontroller so that the system is able to regulate its function automatically according to the time and environmental conditions. The SWSL communication system is using ad-hoc network configuration to transmit the data information of each point of lights to the server. Ad-hoc network configuration makes the system more flexible because each node can communicate with each other directly without having to go through an access point. In addition, this system also uses LED lights and apply on-grid technology that uses the energy of sunlight as its primary power source, so it is able to save on energy consumption. It is shown from the results, the system has been able to work in accordance with designed algorithms (resources switching, work function of light and sensor, and data communication). On data communications testing for transmitting data from router node to coordinator node, is obtained data reception success rate of 82.085%. Then, from the results of the calculating simulation of the efficiency of the system obtained the total power usage of SWSL per year only amounted to 59.09 KWh / lamp. Therefore, SWSL system is much more efficient in terms of energy consumption compared to existing street lighting system.