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Streetlights are maintained by Snohomish County PUD, and are usually fixed within two or three weeks of the problem being reported, depending upon crew availability in the area. Report Streetlight Out Form
Changing the speed limit does not always change how fast people drive. A FHWA study found that a 6 mile per hour change in posted speed limit only changes the driven speed by 1.5 mph.
Request for speed limit changes may be submitted to the Mayor’s Traffic Safety Committee for review by contacting email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The programmed flash times can be obtained from Jesse Hannahs at (360) 363-8287 or at email@example.com. He will need to know the specific date and location for each beacon schedule request made.
1) Requests from the Fire District or garbage pickup crews where cul-de-sacs are blocked and pose safe access and response problems;
2) the U.S. Postal Service where couriers are blocked from delivery for the community mail boxes on public roads;
3) When requested by the official Homeowners Association of a neighborhood.
All other requests are considered on an individual review basis by the Mayor’s Traffic Safety Committee. Requests for Traffic Safety Committee review may be directed to Traffic Engineer Jesse Hannahs at firstname.lastname@example.org or Engineering Aide Brenda Donaldson at email@example.com.