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Street and Traffic Operations

Report a problem:

Anyone who sees potholes, sidewalk issues, street light or traffic signal malfunctions, or other Street or Traffic problems, is encouraged to use the City's Ask the City to report the issue. These reports are monitored daily.

For Emergencies:

If you have an emergency after our regular working hours, please contact Central Dispatch at (575) 526-0795 or you may also call (575) 526-0500. Our 24-hour on-call crews and technicians are on stand-by to help you.

Our crews operate from: 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Our office hours are: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Anyone looking for more detailed information about the Street and Traffic Operations can check out the full list of the daily maintenance, management and operation of city streets and traffic flow.

Traffic Calming Program:

Las Cruces residents want to keep their neighborhood streets safe and the City supports this through encouraging residents to participate in the "Respect Our Neighborhoods and Drive 25!" program.

The City of Las Cruces implements a comprehensive Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) in order to effectively address neighborhood concerns about issues such as:

  1. Speeding
  2. Cut-Through Traffic
  3. Pedestrian/Bicyclist Safety

The goal of the NTCP is to enhance and protect the quality of life throughout the City by making neighborhoods safer for pedestrians, bicyclists, residents living in these neighborhoods, and the motoring public by altering the behavior of motorists and addressing these issues. This can be accomplished with resident participation and the joint efforts of the City of Las Cruces Transportation Department and the Las Cruces Police Department via the Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET) using education, enforcement and engineering solutions.

For inquiries about the City's Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program, please call 575-541-2505.

NTCP Resources: