Headlines from The PTC ... SY14-15
Booth/Webber Traffic Changes
PLEASE NOTE: The city installed signs and street striping over the summer, police officers will begin enforcing the parking changes this school year. These changes are the result of many meetings, lots of though and discussion on alternatives, and should provide better traffic flow as well as much improved safety for the children. Summary of changes that will happen:
- Stopping for loading/unloading is only allowed on the school-side of Booth and Webber. NO STOPPING OR PARKING is allowed on the playground side of Booth, or the residential side of Webber.... at any time.
- Signs are posted along the south side of Booth, and the East side of Webber to indicate 'no parking'.
- a double-yellow stripe was added between traffic lanes, and a shoulder stripe on the school side to clearly identify 'stop and drop/pickup' areas on the school-side of the streets.
- Parents wanting to Park and leave their vehicles are required to use either the Auxiliary Lot at Webber/Buena Vista, the Church Lot, or residential streets where permitted.
We are hopeful that people will change their routes voluntarily, and make the short detour up to Buena Vista if need be rather than entering from Don Gaspar. It would really help if we could ALL treat Booth as a one-way from East (Webber) to West (Don Gaspar)...
Click to see a map for suggested traffic flow...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION
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