- Your Government
- Public Works
What We Do
- Alert the public about construction-related traffic impacts.
- Ensure traffic impacts of proposed developments meet our transportation standards and guidelines.
- Implement the Traffic Calming Program.
- Investigate and develop plans to address safety concerns and collision reduction.
- Maintain the Citywide traffic data program.
- Manage the Commute Trip Reduction Program for Bothell employers.
- Monitor/modify traffic signal operations to address congestion and or improve traffic safety.
- Prepare and adopt the City's six-year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) each year.
- Provide a safe and efficient transportation system.
- Provide targeted police enforcement program on residential streets.
- Review traffic studies, signal and channelization plans, and other traffic and pedestrian related issues affected by development projects.
- Work with community groups and the City's Technical Traffic Committee to address speeding, accidents, and excessive cut-through traffic volumes on residential streets.
Use one of the online forms below to share details about a problem you've noticed on the roads.
Report a traffic signal timing issue or a general transportation concern.
Report a parking, speeding, or traffic enforcement issue.
Report a pothole, overgrown vegetation, or street sweeping request.
- How does the City pay for transportation projects?
- Who do I contact about traffic issues or concerns?
- Where should I report a traffic signal malfunction or traffic light timing issues?
- Why are there cameras on top of some of the traffic signals?
- Where can I learn about the City's plans to reduce traffic accidents at a particular location?
- How do I request the City install a marked crosswalk at my intersection?
- How do I get a sidewalk in my neighborhood?
- How do I request the City lower the speed limit on my street?