WRPD receives a significant number of traffic complaints from community members about neighborhoods as well as arterial streets, and the most common of these is about speeding. This new program offers community members an opportunity to gather with a minimum of five neighbors who share traffic concerns and make a report. After the concerns are compiled and reviewed, officers will contact neighborhood groups and schedule a time to meet in order to understand the issues and talk about possible enforcement and calming tactics that may be employed. Officers can bring out traffic radar and allow residents to estimate speeds and learn about the actual pace of traffic movement in their area. The community will be notified on WRPD social media accounts of times and dates of enforcement in identified areas of concern. Add a location of concern to the map and learn more on What's Up Wheat Ridge.