Be aware of road conditions, traffic patterns and alternate routes. Obey the rules of the road as a pedestrian, cyclist, or motorist. Because the driver determines the speed of the vehicle, everyone can make a contribution to neighborhood safety.
Volunteer to serve on a school or neighborhood Traffic Safety Committee.
Discuss with your neighbors safe ways to drive and safe places for children to play so that they are not in the roadway. Notice when roadway conditions create problems for motorists, cyclists, or pedestrians. Think about ways that these conditions might be changed.
Contact the City’s Public Works Department
Report damaged sidewalks and streets, and obscured or missing signs to the Maintenance Division. Report traffic concerns to the Traffic Division. You may also contact a member of our Traffic Safety Commission through the Public Works Department or the City’s Webpage. The Traffic Safety Commission meets on the 4th Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. at City Hall located at 41000 Main Street. City staff, as well as Commission Members, are here to assist you in addressing your concerns and finding solutions to make your community a safer place to live, work, walk, ride and play.