City staff installed a temporary speed sign on Rosehill on Friday after hearing concerns about speeding traffic from residents. It was only there for 12 hours, collecting data that will be analyzed by city staff about how fast cars are travelling down the street.
When I dropped by yesterday to take a photo, I saw a contractor van race down Rosehill the opposite way and nearly hit a parked car. I’ve talked to several Rosehill residents who think it’s only a matter of time before there’s a serious collision.
We’d like to hear from residents:
- Besides Rosehill, what are the other trouble spots in Fairwinds for speeding?
- What constructive ideas do you have for slowing cars down? Stop signs? Speed bumps? More police enforcement? What else?
You can send your responses to email@example.com.
President, Fairwinds Community Association