Neighborhood Traffic Management Program

General Information

The City's Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) provides a process for investigating and addressing neighborhood traffic issues and complaints such as speeding. The program provides a process for providing mitigation measures that may include increased enforcement, the use of speed trailers, or traffic calming measures, such as speed humps, curb extensions, signs, or other devices that may be applicable.

For areas of the city where speed and/or safety are a concern, community members should review the Neighborhood Traffic Management Policy to learn more about the process of submitting concerns for determination of whether increased enforcement or other deterrents can be installed or employed.