Check your speed

The East Springfield Neighborhood Council in cooperation with the Springfield Police Department is hosting Check Your Speed events throughout East Springfield.

These events help curb the traffic in the neighborhood and improve quality of life.

Next Event:

You are invited to join the East Springfield Neighborhood Council, neighbors, volunteers from the Eastman Company, and the Springfield Police Department for the Check Your Speed Event to be held:

Friday, November 22nd from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM.

Meet Up Point: Corner of 1302 Page Blvd. and Second Street.

Volunteers should plan on parking their cars on Second Street.

About this event: Neighbors, Eastman Company employees, and the Springfield Police Department will join together to educate motorists and enforce traffic safety in the area of Page Blvd. and Bircham Street.

Volunteers will hold Check Your Speed Signs along the street to encourage drivers to observe the speed limit. Police will perform lidar speed check after the Check Your Speed Signs to help enforce the speed limit.

What is the purpose of Check Your Speed: Often, drivers are unaware of their speed or of the impact their speed has on the residents they are passing. This type of real-time awareness encourages speeding motorists to slow down. Passing motorists who continue to travel above the speed limit are stopped by the Police.

We can always use more help. What will volunteers be doing? Neighborhood volunteers will hold poster board Check Your Speed signs along the street. While Springfield Police Traffic Detail conducts radar speed enforcement. We appreciate every bit of help we can get.

Want to help? please fill out the form below.