concerns as described by the general public, county employees or officials,
law enforcement personnel, and others will be addressed by the County.
When a safety concern has been expressed, the concern will be documented,
in writing, and include the name, address, and telephone number of the
individual expressing the concern, the location of the safety concern,
and the type of safety problem.
the concern has been documented, the County will review the safety problem.
The review may include a site visit to the location, the traffic count
data, the accident history, and other documented complaints. From
this information, the County will develop an evaluation of the site
and a prioritization of the safety concern as compared with other safety
projects around the County. If applicable, an engineering design to
improve the safety of the road may be developed.
the location of safety concern has been evaluated and prioritized, the
individual expressing the concern will be notified, in writing, of the
results of the evaluation and the action to be taken by the County.
All documentation of the safety concern will be placed in the appropriate
road file. A summary of the concern and the location will also be
included in the GIS database, once implemented.