Who is speeding through your neighborhood? With your help, we can find out. Roseville Police offer an “Adopt a Speed Board” program to help address traffic concerns in City neighborhoods.
Traffic enforcement is a priority for the Roseville Police. The Police Department patrols approximately 120 miles of city, county, state and interstate roadways. The speed board program helps to remind motorists that the speed limit on residential streets is 30 mph unless otherwise posted. It also has a flashing light to warn speeding motorists to reduce their speed.
Individuals or neighbors apply to have a temporary Adopt a Speed Board sign on their street. Once a request has been authorized, officers teach participants how to maintain the speed board sign, and the sign is located in a neighborhood for 14 days. Participants will be responsible for maintaining and securing the board’s power source and securing all cable locks. At the end of the two weeks, police remove the display and, if needed and as time allows, increase patrols in the neighborhood.
If you would like to have a temporary speed board on your street, apply at www.cityofroseville.com/speedboard or call 651-792-7008.