What is a non-critical traffic request?
Non-Critical traffic requests include reporting signal timing issues, non-functioning walk-wait indicators or pedestrian crossing buttons, issues with traffic signs other than Stop or Yield signs. Other examples include requesting a new sign or traffic signal installed.
How do I report or request a non-critical traffic request for a traffic sign or signal?
Residents should fill out the Traffic Concern Form (Tip: Download the form to your desktop before filling out) and email to email@example.com. A hard copy of the form is also available in the Division of Engineering offices, located on the 13th floor of the County-City Building. Hard copies should be mailed to:
City of South Bend – Engineering Division
227 W. Jefferson Blvd, Ste 1306
South Bend, IN 46601
How long does it take to respond to a traffic signal service request?
Non-emergency service requests response time will vary depending on request type and call volume.