EUREKA, Calif.(KIEM)- This morning at Eureka City Hall, county-wide officials gathered to kick off the Go Slow Watch the Road Campaign. The proclamation was read and signed by those that adopted the proclamation. They addressed the crisis of roadway fatalities locally. The county-wide Traffic Safety Task Force wants streets to be safe, comfortable, and convenient for everyone who uses them regardless of income or social status.
Lawn signs that read “Go Slow Watch the Road” will be given out with the intent to be placed in areas to improve traffic safety.
“And the task force is going to meet every three months and talk about what efforts are being made for traffic safety in all areas, and what’s being done in engineering and enforcement,” said Susan Seaman, Mayor for the City of the Eureka.