Traffic Engineering

Public Works Transportation Services Division

The Transportation Services Division is responsible for traffic control on City streets, traffic signals, traffic calming implementation, transportation planning, and management of traffic data.

News & Projects

Annual Spring Striping Work – August 2016

The City’s striping contractor, Traffic Safety Incorporated has completed restriping pavement markings and long line striping on many City streets and City owned parking lots. Some streets which are planned for reconstruction in the late summer and fall of 2016 where not restriped since they will be included in those projects. This is an annual project.

Upcoming Annual Spring Volume Count – August 2016

The City’s contractor has completed annual traffic volume data collection work at various locations citywide. This data is used to monitor traffic patterns, update our traffic volume map, and optimize intersection operation. The data collection was conducted using traffic hoses and cameras installed throughout the City. For information on the list of streets and intersections collected, or a copy of the volume map and data summary sheet use the Traffic Count link at the top of the page.

Transportation Planning

The Division performs citywide and regional transportation planning through City participation in the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization (CYMPO), administering and conducting small area transportation studies, reviewing development traffic impact analysis, facilitating approved bicycle and pedestrian networks, and coordinating transit facilities (bus stop locations and routes).


2010 Street Classification List
CYMPO 2040 RTP Update
Roundabout Feasibility Study
Southside Traffic Circulation Study Final Report
Traffic Impact Analysis Guidelines
Traffic and Transportation – Full Version
Traffic and Transportation – General Version
Traffic Barricade Manual


  • Engineering
  • Ian Mattingly
  • Traffic Engineer
  • Public Works Building

    433 N Virginia St

  • 928-777-1130


City of Prescott Receives Over $258,000 in Emergency Reimbursement For February 2019 Snow Event

Posted on July 7, 2020

The City of Prescott has received reimbursement expenses of $258,059.21, for costs incurred during the unseasonably harsh winter of 2019.   During that year, which included a snow event of between 30 and 40 inches of snow, the City experienced extraordinary… Read more »

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