The Multi Modal Transportation Safety Program was approved at the December 10, 2020 Council meeting
Citrus Heights City Council adopted the Multi Modal Transportation Safety Program on at the December 10, 2020 council meeting. The Adopted Program Guide document can be located here.
Stay tuned for implementation details in spring 2021.
MMTSP Reporting Form
Members of the community can submit a request for a street safety improvement in multiple ways:
Online (link)The resident request form allows residents to select up to three primary issues from drop down menus that they want to address.
MMTSP request tracking map will show the primary issue type, the date of the request.
Requests will be Prioritized and Ranked
Project status can be identified
In person at City Hall
By phone with General Services Department916-727-4770
Encourage Community Cooperation
MMTSP encourages everyone to “find their inner Champion” and become street safety advocates by modeling safe street behavior in every travel mode, whether walking, biking, rolling, scooting or driving. Neighborhood Watch Groups, Neighborhood Associations, Parent-Teacher-Organizations and other Community based groups can become advocates and partners by promoting the MMTSP reporting form, displaying MMTSP yard signs, stickers, magnets, and window clings.
Download community neighborhood traffic safety reminders HERE.