The Traffic Safety Committee meets on the third Thursday of each month at 4 p.m. in the Public Works Department located at 600 S. Mountain Ave and serves as an Advisory Board to the City Council on traffic safety matters.
The Traffic Safety Committee is established by the Monrovia Municipal Code, Chapter 2.60, and serves as advisory board to the City Council on traffic safety matters. The Committee oversees the Title 10 of the MMC, Vehicles and Traffic that include: speed limits, one-way streets and alleys, stop intersections, stopping-standing-parking, parking citation process, public parking lots, truck routes, abandoned vehicles, bicycles and wheeled toys.
In general, residents, business owners and property owners can contact Public Works directly with issues or concerns regarding any of these items including other issues within the right-of-way that include curb, gutter and sidewalks, parkway trees, street lights, traffic signals, signs and pavement markings, water and sewer issues, pot holes and street resurfacing at (626) 932-5575 and the Department will address the issue accordingly.
The Committee is composed of five members: The Director of Public Works, the Chief of Police, the Director of Community Development, the Engineering Division Manager and the City Traffic Engineer. In the event there is no City Traffic Engineer, a member of the general public having particular interest in the traffic safety can be appointed by the Mayor with approval of the City Council; however, the City of Monrovia has a Traffic Engineer.
Any member of the committee who is unable to attend a meeting may designate member of his department as an alternate.
Public Works Administration
600 South Mountain Avenue
Monrovia, CA 91016
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