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Sign this Petition TODAY 10/09

WE HAVE BEEN CHALLENGED! Those of us in Morrisville who want all traffic relief options kept on the table have been challenged by Council Member Rao to produce 500 signatures in support of keeping the Crabtree Crossing Extension (CCE) in the proposed Transportation Plan by 4 PM today ahead of tonight’s vote. He says he is undecided and is the swing vote right now. Council Members Liz Johnson, Vicki Johnson and Jerry Windle are voting tonight to keep it in the Plan. Residents at this end of town need to keep being active and speaking up to have our needs counted in Morrisville. Mayor Cawley told Church St area neighbors who gathered at the clubhouse a few weeks ago that the wishes of Preston matter more on this than our traffic relief needs. Do you agree? Our Town is around 6 square miles. This affects all of us. This is to tell the Council to keep this potential future connection from Town Hall Drive to Morrisville Parkway IN the proposed Plan to protect the Right of Way to the land. If it comes out of the Plan, the right of way could well be lost. The Council has been hearing from neighbors in the Preston neighborhood (many are Cary residents, not Morrisville) that they want this taken out of the plan. (Just the Plan, not an actual proposed project right now.) If you want to show that traffic is our main concern with the growth of our town and you want this option to remain as a potential solution down the road, please sign this before 4 PM! For extra credit, email the Council at

By |2018-10-09T10:29:27-05:00October 9th, 2018|Announcements|0 Comments

Results of Traffic Study

Concerned about the occasional aggressive drivers speeding through Kitts Creek? The Town of Morrisville recently preformed a traffic study at many of the usual speeding spots in Kitts Creek. The Morrisville Police Department came out Tuesday May 29th to share the results with us. While we do have some speeders, there aren't enough to warrant additional traffic calming measures at this time. Also, while the MPD takes speeding very seriously, the speeding occurs at times that MPD cannot always be here to monitor and catch the drivers and usually it's one speeder out of of many many cars. We really need to help police ourselves. Much of the speeding is done by people who live in this neighborhood! Things we can do: - If you have a neighbor who is consistently speeding, speak to them - Utilize the Chill Morrisville Campaign to report aggressive and speeding drivers - If you're someone who speeds in this neighborhood, cut it out. Getting somewhere a minute faster isn't worth what could happen. More About Chill Morrisville. The Town of Morrisville has a traffic safety initiative called “Chill Morrisville.” It is an educational effort to reduce traffic crashes by identifying aggressive drivers. There is an on-line form to report someone driving in a reckless manner. Thereafter, the registered owner will receive a letter concerning the complaint, signed by the Chief of Police. The warning letter will serve as a reminder to improve driving behavior. The form includes: date, time, location (street name and nearest intersection), license plate state and tag number, color of vehicle, make and model of vehicle, and brief summary. Read More About Chill Morrisville Report an Aggressive Driver

By |2018-06-12T09:24:36-05:00June 11th, 2018|News|0 Comments