The City of Hudson has seven digital radar speed signs that are designed to slow cars down to help make our streets safer for everyone who uses them. The speed signs are web-enabled and offer wireless communication which can be managed remotely at the police station. It also gives the police department quick access traffic statistics from the speed signs.
The digital radar speed signs display driver speed data, making drivers aware that they are traveling above the speed limit. Research shows that they are effective in slowing speed violators, particularly with today’s highly visual, often distracted drivers. The goal for the Hudson Police Department is for drivers to reduce their speeds once they realize they are traveling too fast.
Requesting a speed sign for your street is a simple as calling the police departments non-emergency number at (330) 342-1800.
Hudson Police Department: 36 S. Oviatt Street, Hudson, OH, 44236 Non-Emergency: (330) 342-1800 | Emergency: 9-1-1 Administrative Hours: M - F | 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.