How do we get Neighborhood Entry signs installed?
To help increase driver awareness, and to reinforce a neighborhood's concern that drivers comply with the residential speed limit, 'Neighborhood Entry' signs may be placed at entrances to, and at key locations within, a neighborhood.

'Neighborhood Entry' signs must be approved by the county engineer. Neighborhood groups or individuals are responsible for all costs associated with manufacturing, installing and maintaining the signs. To have the county engineer consider your neighborhood, request the 'Neighborhood Entry' Sign request form.

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1. Are speed humps going to continue to be installed within the county?
2. How do we get Children at Play signs installed on our street or in our neighborhood?
3. What are speed humps and how are they related to the Traffic Calming Pilot Program?
4. What can I do in my neighborhood about speeders?
5. How do we get Neighborhood Entry signs installed?