Can the City install speed humps in our neighborhood?
The set speed limit is based on standards found in the California Vehicle Code, except in residential and school areas where the limit is 25 mph. The Vehicle Code requires a radar study be performed in order to set the speed limit. Lowering a speed limit to slow down vehicles does not work. Drivers drive at a speed at which they feel comfortable. The City adopted the policy not to install speed humps along the roads classified as collector streets and major arterial.

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1. Can we have a STOP sign to control speeding?
2. Can the City install speed humps in our neighborhood?
3. Can we have "SLOW CHILDREN AT PLAY" signs?
4. Why am I waiting at a red light when there is no cross-traffic?
5. Can we have a crosswalk?
6. Can you lower the speed limit so everyone will drive more slowly?
7. I can't see down the street because Cars park right next to my driveway. What can be done?
8. I got a speeding ticket by a law enforcement officer using a radar gun on a City street. Is that legal?
9. Can our street be closed off to divert all this traffic?
10. Can the City install additional street lights in front of my house?
11. Who should I contact about potholes on my street?
12. Who is responsible for repairing the sidewalk in front of my house?
13. How can I get the curb in front of my house painted blue?
14. Who do I contact with questions about my water service?
15. Who do I contact with questions about garbage collection services?
16. Where can I find information about the Sewer Lateral Grant Program (the City’s program designed to help reimburse homeowners for the cost of repairing sewer laterals)?
17. How do I obtain a storm drainage map?