This committee is tasked with advising the council on traffic and public safety priorities and programs. They meet the 4th Tuesdays at 6 p.m. at City Hall Council Chambers. (Visit our National Night Out and Main Street Design Workshop pages for photos of some of the Committee’s work.)National Night Out (NNO) Main Street Design Workshop
Traffic & Public Safety Committee Purpose
The TPSC is a volunteer advisory committee established by the City Council in May 2022 to serve as a liaison to the City on matters related to traffic & public safety. The responsibilities of the TPSC shall be as follows:
- To advise the City Council in the creation, development and implementation of official traffic and public safety activities;
- Develop and recommend coordinated traffic safety and public safety programs;
Recommend traffic safety and public safety priorities for the city;
- Provide research and information to the city on matters related to traffic and public safety;
- Promote public acceptance of city traffic and public safety programs;
- Foster public knowledge and support of traffic law enforcement, public safety, and traffic engineering problems and needs; and
- Perform other duties as assigned by City Council.
Traffic & Public Safety Committee Membership
The committee shall consist of 7 members. No fewer than 4members shall be residents of the City. Any non-resident member shall reside within the boundaries of the Estacada School District. Initially 4 members shall serve a 3-year term and 3 shall serve a 2-year term. At the expiration of the initial terms, each position shall be filled for a 2-year term.
Traffic & Public Safety Committee Members
|Name||Start of Term||End of Term||About|
|James Moriarty (Chair)||10/25/2022||03/31/2026||Traffic & Public Safety Committee|
|Jon Dolezal (Vice Chair)||10/25/2022||03/31/2026||City|
|Cary Dobbs||10/25/2022||03/31/2025||School District|
|Council Liaison: Mike McElroy|
At their meeting on January 3, 2023, the Traffic and Public Safety Committee identified 4 focus areas for the year. The focus areas are:
- School Zone Crossing Safety and Lighting
- Identify Priority Roads for Improvements
- ADA Access and Safety
- Make recommendations for the Transportation System Plan
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Crime Prevention Resources
See Clackamas County Sheriff’s website.