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Pursuant to ARS § 9-499.15, notice is hereby given that the Avondale City Council will meet on June 3, 2019 at 7:00 P.M. in the Council Chamber at 11465 W. Civic Center Dr. to consider a request to raise its primary property taxes, consider a resolution adopting the city’s budget, and consider a request to approve the 2019-2020 fee schedule. For more information, visit www.avondaleaz.gov/government/public-notices.

Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP)

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Neighborhoods often have concerns about traffic. It's not only a safety issue, but a quality of life issue too.

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The City of Avondale’s Development & Engineering Department works with residents and neighborhoods throughout the city to address traffic concerns through its Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP).

The NTMP is a multi-step process beginning with a resident completing the NTMP Service Request and submitting it to the City. Upon receipt by City staff the location is reviewed for acceptability of street classification and possible future mitigation measures. If acceptable, Traffic Studies will be conducted to determine speeds and volumes on the street(s). If speed and/or volume criteria are met, then the street is eligible for participation in the NTMP and possibly obtaining mitigation measures.

At this point City staff will be in contact with the requesting party and begin the process for determining locations for mitigation measures and getting acceptance from the neighborhood residents. Select the NTMP policy link below for complete details.

Select the NTMP policy link below for complete details.

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NTMP policy  (program policies and criteria)

NTMP Service Request  (to request a NTMP review)

           

For general questions about the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program, contact the Assistant Traffic Engineer, Ward Stanford at 623-333-4219 or email.