The City’s Public Works Department performs maintenance on city-owned streets while the Department of Environmental and Engineering Services (DEES) oversees construction of new streets. Additionally, the City has transferred certain traffic-related functions to Broward County. These functions include, but are not limited to, establishing speed limits, installing traffic signs, installing and maintaining street name signs, installing and maintaining traffic signals, and designating crosswalk locations.
The City has instituted a traffic calming program to help address traffic related concerns of its residents on residential streets. Through this program, staff works with residents to identify traffic problems in their neighborhoods and create a neighborhood traffic plan that consists of solutions that are acceptable and appropriate. The Neighborhood Traffic Management Manual serves as a guide to assist residents when addressing serious traffic-related issues in their individual neighborhoods. Please click on the traffic management manual link below for details on the procedure for initiating a traffic calming study in your neighborhood.
Neighborhood Traffic Management Manual
Street Classifications Map:
Street Maintenance Responsibility Map