Traffic - Public Works
The Traffic Division ensures the safe and efficient movement of people in the City.
The engineering staff approve traffic designs and standards, approve construction zone traffic control, investigate public requests, conduct traffic safety analysis, complete capital projects, review development plans, and provide traffic support to Public Works Engineering and the Community Development Department.
The signal maintenance crew members and traffic management center operators maintain and manage 200 traffic signals with synchronized operation using Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) devices to improve traffic flow throughout the City.
The signing and striping crew members maintain 20,000 signs and an area of street markings equivalent to 11 football fields!
- The City will install speed humps if your street meets Council adopted criteria (PDF).
- Criteria includes technical analysis such as vehicle speeds and traffic counts.
- If desired, please contact Public Works to request an investigation.
Stop Signs, Crosswalks, and Traffic Signals
- The City will install stop signs, a marked crosswalk, or a traffic signal if a location meets criteria in the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
- Criteria includes the number of collisions, traffic counts, and pedestrian counts.
- Crosswalks across major streets will require flashers or a traffic signal.
- The City will install red curb if you cannot see oncoming traffic.
- Red curb will be a minimum of 10 feet long
Traffic video may be obtained by submitting a Public Records Request (PDF) and paying $46.00 per disc requested. Please note, there is a 2% administrative fee for all credit card transactions.
Most requests can be formatted to fit onto a single disc. Regardless, we will contact you to confirm prior to requesting payment.
License plate numbers are generally not legible in video.