Traffic Signals and Streetlights

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Traffic Signals & Streetlights
The department is responsible for design, installation, operation, and maintenance of traffic control devices such as traffic signals, school flashers, and streetlights to ensure safety and efficiency.

The department currently maintains more than 50 traffic signals in the city limits.  Traffic signals along Parmer Lane (FM 734), Whitestone Boulevard (RM 1431), and Bell Boulevard (US 183) are owned by the Texas Department of Transportation, and are operated by Cedar Park through an agreement between both agencies. (See Signal Map)

In addition to traffic signals, the department maintains about 240 streetlights that are located along certain sections of Lakeline Boulevard and Cypress Creek Road. There are also more than 2000 streetlights throughout the City that are jointly maintained by the City and PEC (Pedernales Electric Cooperative) (See Streetlight Map) Streetlights are designed and installed in a manner to illuminate public streets.  Maintaining streetlights also requires the help of all Cedar Park residents, employees and commuters who are encouraged to notify outages to the city by calling 512-401-5550.
 
Business Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8AM - 5PM, excluding weekends and holidays.
To report traffic signal malfunctions, damaged traffic signals or streetlights not functioning correctly during business hours, please call 512-401-5550.  Malfunctioning streetlights can also be reported through Report A Problem or CP Connect Mobile App.
For after-hour emergencies including weekends, please contact the department’s on call technician at 512-401-5553.

Contact Information:

Stephen Hanuscin, P.E.,
Senior Traffic Engineer
Stephen.Hanuscin@cedarparktexas.gov
512-401-5565