Traffic Studies

Highland Avenue Possible Widening

The City hosted a Highland Avenue Public Meeting on January 14. The purpose of this meeting was to discuss 2020 road work projects and possibly the widening of the street. Public comments & feedback were accepted through January 22. Below are comments received.

  • All public comment received CLICK HERE
  • Comments from Highland Avenue residents (between Dixie Highway and Ross Avenue) directly affected by the project CLICK HERE
  • Meeting Presentation CLICK HERE
  • Meeting handouts and key points discussed CLICK HERE

Highland Avenue Public Meeting
WHEN: Tuesday, January 14
6:30 PM
Beechwood School Cafeteria

  • After two years of waterline projects, Highland Avenue will be resurfaced in 2020.
  • The time to consider widening of Highland Avenue from Dixie Highway to Ross Avenue is now.
  • Prior to any decisions being made, the City would like to get your input.

Highland Avenue Traffic Study 2019

The City is conducting a traffic study of Highland Avenue to identify issues and evaluate possible solutions. A public meeting was held January 15 to seek public comments. Public comments were also accepted through the website through January 25.

CLICK HERE to view public comments
CLICK HERE to view raw data

There were four stations, each identifying a separate issue, along with potential solutions participants commented on.

On Street Parking Study -Notification Letter

Other Studies

   Part 1
Part 2

Stealth Stat Traffic Survey

The stealth stat includes a radar unit which counts the number of vehicles and their speed. It is always mounted on a sign closest to the road to get the best results. The stealth stat is placed in various locations around the City in areas of concern. CLICK HERE to report a speeding concern.

Follow this link ( to view an interactive map of recent locations of our radar speed signs and StealthStat radar device. The link will take you to a Google map with the locations highlighted. Click on any location to get more information about the speed study results.