In an effort to create solutions for responding to neighborhood traffic mitigation requests, the City has adopted a comprehensive Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP).

Traffic CalmingThe program's primary objectives are to: improve traffic safety on neighborhood streets by reducing speeding and cut-through traffic; foster pedestrian safety; efficiently allocate the use of public resources; and encourage citizen involvement in solutions to neighborhood traffic problems.

NTMP Application Process Overview


Step 1:

Resident applies to the program through the Citizen Response Center, 303-325-8000.

Step 2:

The City sends an application to the resident. If requested, a copy of the NTMP manual will also be sent.

Step 3:

The Resident returns the completed NTMP application to the City within 30 days.

Step 4:

The City collects data to determine if the application qualifies for the program.

Step 5:

Qualifying applications become eligible for advanced traffic calming improvements.

Funding/Ranking:

Funding for the NTMP program is limited. All qualifying applications are ranked using criteria specified in the NTMP manual. Applications that rank higher will receive a program priority. View the NTMP brochure for additional information.

Residents requesting neighborhood traffic calming measures are encouraged to become familiar with the requirements and options provided in the NTMP manual.

The manual was formulated with the assistance of community stakeholders, including emergency response providers, schools and a citizen-member Traffic Advisory Committee. Changes to enhance the public engagement process were adopted in May, 2013.

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City of Centennial
13133 East Arapahoe Road
Centennial, CO  80112

(303) 325-8000 - 24 Hour Citizen Response Center
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