Frequently Asked Questions of the Safety Committee:
It has been reported the red brick borders along many of the
campus walkway/driveways have been sinking in recent weeks and
they may become a tripping hazard.
Matt said 350 square feet of brick on
the fire lanes will be replaced with stamped concrete.
The project will start in the next few weeks. Five
existing handicap curbs need to be changed to ADA standards
and funding for the project will roll out in three phases,
approximately $75,000 over the next three years.
People drive too fast through the 4th Street
parking area on the west side of campus.
Four speed bumps have
been installed along with eight (8) stop signs that were added
to the length of 4th
The speed limit is posted at 10 miles per hour and Security issues tickets to those caught speeding on 4th
Street to help drivers comply with the speed limit.
The sycamore tree on 6th Street and 11th Avenue blocks vision
for cars turning left from 6th Street onto 11th Avenue.
The Safety Committee made a recommendation to Executive
Administrative to have the tree removed.