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Our streets and traffic are managed by the Engineering Division and Police Department's Traffic Safety Unit.
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ROAD CLOSURES & MAJOR DELAYS
View current road closures and major delays.

RESIDENTIAL STREET CLOSURES
Planning a special event that requires a residential street closure? Learn the process here.

STREET REPAIR
Major and minor street repair, road maintenance, and street sweeping.

RESTRICTED PARKING
Time limited parking and residential permit parking.

TRAFFIC EDUCATION
Learn about how multiway stop intersections and crosswalks work to control traffic.

SPEED CONTROL
What we do to control motorists' speeds on Turlock roads.

TRAFFIC VOLUME COUNTS
View our most recent traffic counts in a table or over a Google map.

TRANSPORTATION PERMIT
Required of all drivers travelling within the city limits in a vehicle, or with a load, that exceeds the maximum requirements specified in the vehicle code.

SIDEWALK REPAIRS
Maintenance and repair of frontage improvements within the City right-of-way.

STREET TREES
Maintenance of street trees along the street frontage.

TRAFFIC LIGHTS
Report an issue with a traffic light.

LEAF PICKUP PROGRAM
Annually, between November and February, our leaf pickup service will pick up leaves that won't fit in your green container.
On Social Media
Street closures will be in effect on Friday, 12/7/18 related to the 40th Annual Downtown Turlock Christmas Parade hosted by the City of Turlock - Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities Department. Eastbound Canal Dr. (Main-Johnson), Main St. (Canal-Lander), Broadway (Market-Chestnut), and Golden State Blvd. (Olive-Crane) will be closed at varying times between 1pm and 10pm to all traffic and signed accordingly. No Parking/Tow Away zones will be enforced by the City of Turlock - Turlock Police Department. Lane restrictions will be in effect on Fulkerth Rd. near the Fairgrounds for post-event exiting traffic. Expect congestion and delays in the surrounding areas. #streetclosure #ChristmasParade #parade City of Turlock - Municipal Services Department City of Turlock - Fire Department Turlock Unified School District
Posted on Facebook 11 days ago
It is common for construction near signalized intersections to damage in-ground loops that detect vehicles. When this happens, the traffic signal operates in a fixed time mode, resulting in some delays. Green lights may seem too short during peak periods or too long late at night, but it’s due to this temporary condition. Detection-based operations will resume when the loops are repaired.
Posted on Facebook 131 days ago



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