How does the Neighborhood Traffic Management process start?
Typically, the following process will be used by the city to address neighborhood traffic concerns:
  • A resident alerts the city about a problem area that specifically involves speeding or cut-through traffic.
  • The city provides information to the resident on the options available (like this pamphlet). Typically this information is mailed to the resident.
  • At the same time the city will evaluate the streets eligibility and review preliminary traffic data-typical prevailing speeds and volumes. Upon completion, the city sends a second letter to the resident providing them with the findings and critical next step information.
If you have any questions, please email the Department of Engineering.

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1. What are the options available under the city’s policy?
2. What kind of qualifying criteria does a city street have to meet to be covered by the city’s policy?
3. How does the Neighborhood Traffic Management process start?
4. How bad does the traffic need to be to consider Traffic Calming?
5. What are the petition requirements?