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New Radar Speed Feedback Sign Coming Soon

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(Updated) The City of Roseville Public Works Department has installed a new radar speed feedback sign on southbound Fiddyment Road near Settler’s Ridge Way. It should be operational very soon in mid-March.

This new sign is funded in part by the Placer County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee (LCBC). LCBC distributes grants to local government agencies within Placer County to help fund local agency projects that offset the impacts associated with tribal gaming.

The sign will display the speed of approaching vehicles, making drivers more aware of the change in speed limit and help to increase compliance with the lower limit as you enter into the City of Roseville. Please contact the City of Roseville Engineering Department at 746-1300 for more information.

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