Eastern Norwalk Neighborhood Association's
Roads, Speeding & Traffic Calming Committee
Contact Laurel Lindstrom
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Take it slow.
We continue to hear from several residents about the speeding on Strawberry
Concerns about traffic and safety of students on the roads are
addressed regularly with appropriate officials as we work to come up with
For many years the ENNA has advocated for the City to comprehensively address this issue at this
location because of the school zones that are present. One
recommendation that we made was to place reflector strips on the street signs,
which was done.
In 2006 funds were approved to do a comprehensive traffic calming study and
design for Strawberry Hill Avenue, as well as funding that was received
through the 'Safe Routes to School' program. The consultant has not yet been
chosen. Public Works is working on drafting the RFQ (Request for
Qualifications) and RFP (Request for Proposals).
Keep reporting speeding to the police so that it goes on record.
Speed bumps on the side streets have helped considerably to increase safety
for the residents living on those streets and other traffic calming strategies
are utilized on the main routes.
for Calm Traffic
Traffic Calming Guidelines for Norwalk
City of Norwalk
Public Works Department
Check back soon