The City of Lake Worth has launched a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program to address specific traffic concerns in neighborhood areas within Lake Worth. We are implementing this program to increase the safety of all street users by reducing the speed and vehicular traffic to acceptable levels. Our goals is to reduce the negative effects of motor vehicle use, alter driver behavior, and improve conditions for non-motorized street users.
Boat Club Estates Traffic Calming Program March - May 2021:
This traffic mitigation program will start on March 8, 2021 for a period of 60 days. During this time the following will take place:
1 Traffic Count and Speed Survey prior to implementation of the mitigation program (completed)
2. Installation of temporary Speed Humps at various locations over the next 60 days.
- 6100 Block of Rocky Point, 4200 Block of Woodlake Drive, and 4200/4300 Block of Grandlake Drive.
3. Installation of temporary Traffic Control Points at the following intersections:
- Rocky Point and Boat Club Road; and
- Lakeside Drive and Boat Club Road.
4. Traffic Count and Speed Survey implementation at the conclusion of the mitigation program.
5. Report outcomes and recommendations to the City Council (June).
The following documents are attached for informational purposes:
- Resolution 2020-19
- Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program Guide
- Letter to Boat Club Estates Residents
- Rocky Point Traffic Control Plan
- Lakeside Drive Traffic Control Plan
- Traffic Calming Request
The Lake Worth City Council adopted Resolution No. 2020-19, establishing the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program for the City of Lake Worth on December 8, 2020.
For more information, or to submit a new Neighborhood Traffic Calming request, email email@example.com