Traffic Safety Committee

Mission Statement



Resolution No. 2008-77 states:   “The mission of the Traffic Safety Commission shall be to provide community input by advising the City Council on traffic issues, development proposals and special projects as assigned by the City Council. Review and advise on neighborhood traffic calming guidelines and proposed projects, and collaboratively work with staff to address residents' requests for improving livability and drivability of neighborhood streets in Rancho Palos Verdes.”

Regular Meetings

  • 7 p.m.
  • The 4th Monday of every other month
  • City Hall
    30940 Hawthorne Boulevard
    Community Room
    Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275

Agendas & Minutes


Current meeting agendas are available 4 to 5 days prior to the meeting. Minutes are available following approval along with the agenda in the Archive Meetings section of the page.  Please click the following link:
   
  Agendas/Minutes
  

Committee Member Term Limits

Name
Term Begins
Term Expires
First Appointed
James Guerin, Chair
02/21/2017
02/21/2021
10/30/2012
Yi Hwa Kim     02/16/2016     01/06/2019        02/16/2016
Larry Jen-Ho Liu
02/21/2017
02/21/2021
02/21/2017
Henry Ott
01/06/2015
01/06/2019
01/06/2015
Jessica Vlaco
02/21/2017
02/21/21
02/05/2013
Overview
The 5-member Traffic Safety Committee serves as a public forum for traffic-related issues, including:
  • Placement of stop signs
  • Posted speed limits
  • Road modifications
  • Safety devices
  • Traffic signals
The Traffic Safety Committee meets on the 4th Monday of every other month.

Emailing the Traffic Safety Committee
The most effective manner to communicate with the Traffic Safety Committee to send an email by 5:30 p.m. on the Thursday before the scheduled meeting. By doing this, the written comments will be included with the Staff Report (for agenda items) or with the agenda packet (for non-agenda items), which the Traffic Safety Committee members receive before the scheduled meeting. This provides the Traffic Safety Committee with the opportunity to review the comments before the next meeting. Written comments or e-mail messages submitted to the Department after 5:30 p.m. on Thursday before the meeting will be distributed to the Traffic Safety Committee at the meeting. All email messages are automatically forwarded to each Traffic Safety Committee member’s private email address at the time the message is received at the city.

The Traffic Safety Committee generally meets on the 4th Monday of every other month at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at City Hall, unless otherwise noted on the agenda.

Oversized / Neighborhood Vehicle Parking Programs