How can I get a speed limit reduction in my neighborhood?

Town residents can contact the Public Works Department to determine if a reduction in the posted speed limit is appropriate. Speed limits on local and residential streets may only be reduced to 25 miles per hour. The Town must receive a petition from at least 75 percent of the property owners on the candidate blocks or receive a letter from the Homeowner’s Association. Ultimately, the reduction of a posted speed limit on a Town street requires the approval of Mooresville’s Town Board of Commissioners.

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1. Who controls the traffic lights in Mooresville?
2. How do I find out if a road is maintained by NCDOT or the Town of Mooresville?
3. If I have a question or concern about maintenance on a Mooresville-owned Road, who do I contact?
4. If I have a question or concern about a traffic project on a Mooresville-owned Road, who do I contact?
5. If I have a question or concern about a project or maintenance on a NCDOT-maintained road, who do I contact?
6. Where can I find a list of current Town projects?
7. I have concerns about how development is affecting traffic in my area. Who do I contact with my concerns?
8. Who do I contact if I have a concern about speeders in my neighborhood?
9. How do I get a speed hump in my neighborhood?
10. How can I get a speed limit reduction in my neighborhood?
11. How do I report a pothole on a Town-maintained Street?
12. How long will West Wilson be closed?
13. When will construction be complete on the West Wilson Avenue Improvement Project?
14. What do the pedestrian bridges by West Wilson Avenue entail?