Our role as traffic engineering professionals is to design and develop the Cityís transportation infrastructure to help facilitate safe and efficient travel for all residents. We take this responsibility seriously and understand that although we have a complex job, itís an important one.
If you have a concern, we want to hear about it. Please feel free to contact our office and we will respond as quickly as possible. We do our best to respond to each request within (2) business days.
Learn more about the rules, policies, tools and guides we use in making decisions.
Construction Road Closures
View the most current list of construction related road closures and get tips for planning travel around work areas. There are currently 2 road closures
Residential Street Closures
The temporary closure of a residential street for a block party or small neighborhood event requires a Residential Street Closure Permit. More Information
You can now view our traffic counts
via a Google map overlay. Due to budget cuts and staff reductions, the traffic count program has been suspended indefinitely. All data shown reflects counts taken prior to 2009.
These permits are required for certain oversized loads. For more information and to download an application please click here
Traffic Control Plan Checklist
Any roadwork or activities that take place on a City street or affect traffic flow will require a traffic control plan, and possibly additional permits as well. To review our traffic control plan checklist prior to submission, click here