Neighborhood Traffic Concerns

Neighborhood traffic safety is by far the number one concern of citizens. Public Works provides traffic calming solutions where appropriate in order to influence driver behavior and create more livable neighborhood streets. We work closely with residents to identify their concerns, conduct appropriate studies to quantify any problems, and develop strategies to moderate traffic speeds and reduce the chance of vehicular collisions and other issues. While there are budgetary and public input considerations, it is the goal of Public Works to find ways to address as many issues as feasible each year.

Before reporting a problem, be sure to check if your concern is covered in the links below. 

How do I get a Stop Sign installed? 

How are Speed Limits determined? 

Will Public Works install Speed Bumps on my street?

How are Crosswalk Locations determined? 

Does the City install "Children at Play" signs?

Can the City install "No Parking" signs on my street?

Learn about Traffic Calming: Long term and short term solutions and what neighbors can do. 

Learn about Landscaping: Sight obstruction, natural traffic calming and more. 

Street Lighting request? Please contact City Utilities

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