the streets around Winston park north have been half dome for over a month. The company keeps putting up signs but they are not finishing the work. Lets get this finished already.
We have contacted CCPD and BSO and have had zero change. We were informed that the "intersection" is Broward County. I am a Realtor in this area and showing houses on my street is EMBARRASSING. Buyers complain about traffic as much as the residents, and become uninterested. We have 2 kids that live at this corner home, soccer balls, softballs...etc can often end up in the street and we don't allow them to even get them. We have the wonderful man Jay, owner of Quick Stop, monitor our family walk back from his store, in fear of these students. The loud music coming from every 1 in 5 cars is as horrible as their lack of abiding traffic signs. This is just a race to make the green light. We thought we were going to have luck with the new stop lights, nothing changed. My husband suggest a flashing stop sign. I don't want to take away from our "cozy tight nit" neighborhood. We wish they would just be redirected back to "Broward College Dr" like the past. We have trash in our yards, trust me we are witnesses to people chucking it out of their windows. I spend a lot of money on my house, vehicles, children, business marketing which all reside in Coconut Creek. We would love for someone else to help.
Very dangerous intersection. Would help traffic in and around promenade
We need our Police officers to be special trained in dealing with the special needs population here in creek as this city has grown in many years so has our kids/teen/adults with special needs and there families are in need of a lot of services and safety issues.
They are building a new exit ramp at the above location. This brings the traffic very close to the Tallowwood Isle location and is dangerous. According to Christine Giradin the Public Safety Officer this is not a real exit???? so does not qualify for the Turnpike rules that a barrier should be erected when a new lane is added. This new lane is now approximately 25 ft from the park. Had this been adjacent to high priced housing I am sure there would have been no hesitation in erecting the barrier. It seems that seniors are of no importance and their safety is not relevant.