How it works
The process begins with an email or a call for help from concerned citizens. The complaint is assigned to a traffic officer for evaluation. If the officer sees there is a problem, additional enforcement can be scheduled for the neighborhood. They may also work with city traffic engineers and local HOAs to resolve the problem.
Neighborhood traffic safety is one of the top complaints that citizens have about their community, and it continues to be a priority for Westminster City Council, city law enforcement and area schools. After years of use and evaluation, more traditional methods of traffic calming, including speed bumps and traffic circles, have proven ineffective. With the Neighborhood Enforcement Program, officers will evaluate each individual concern and work to provide the best solution.
Have a traffic concern in your neighborhood? Contact the traffic section at 303-658-4335, police@cityofwestminster or through Access Westminster