What can be done about speeding in my neighborhood?

Studies show that a high percentage of neighborhood speeding is caused by people who live within the area. The police department will respond to reports of specific problem drivers. In such cases, please call the police traffic hotline at 916-727-5525, or submit a service request form directly to the department. The traffic engineering staff members work closely with the police and fire departments to develop area-wide plans.

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1. What is a service request?
2. How often are City streets swept?
3. Why doesn't the City install a stop sign at a certain intersection?
4. How do I ask the City to review a traffic problem in my neighborhood?
5. What can be done about speeding in my neighborhood?
6. How do I report missed service for garbage, green waste, or mixed recycling containers?
7. In which neighborhood area do I live / work?
8. Where can I get sandbags in storm season?
9. Where can I find out more about the West Nile Virus?
10. WHERE can I report potholes?
11. WHAT information do you need from me to report a pothole?
12. POTHOLE FACTS – WHY do they happen?
13. HOW are potholes repaired?