New applications for the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program (NTSP) are not being accepted at this time. This hold on new applications is anticipated to remain in place for approximately 1 year (until January 2020) so that staff can complete the high-volume of active NTSP efforts and refine program processes to better serve the community. If you have an emergent and specific concern, staff will evaluate on a case by case basis and determine if earlier action should be considered.
Thank you for your patience.
The Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program (NTSP) was created to respond to residents' concerns about speeding, cut-through traffic, accidents, and pedestrian and bicycle safety on residential (non-arterial) streets.
The City of Shoreline developed this program with the help of residents, School District officials, fire and police department representatives and technical experts. Research and experience have shown that neighborhood traffic concerns require a holistic approach involving the entire community. A combination of education, enforcement, and engineering solutions is the most effective method of dealing with these concerns. Participation of residents is vital to the success of the NTSP.
For detailed information about the NTSP program, please review guidelines linked below:
Is your street eligible? See the street classification map below.
Additional NTSP documents