The City will install a stop ahead warning sign when a traffic study reveals that an approach to a stop sign is not visible for a sufficient distance to permit the driver to bring his vehicle to a stop at the stop sign.
A temporary stop ahead warning sign may be installed to advise a motorist of a recently installed stop sign.
This sign is intended to warn motorists that they will be required to stop ahead in the interest of his own safety and that of other vehicle operators and pedestrians.
Requests for stop ahead warning sign should be made by contacting the Public Works Director. The sign shall be installed on the basis of a study by the Director.