PB Sheriff’s Office reminds motorists to use care in school zones
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office reminds motorists that school has reopened for the 2010-2011 year, and urges drivers to use caution and reduce speed in school zones.
PBSO has begun its Selective Traffic Enforcement Program for school zones. The purpose is to provide a safe environment for all school-age children, parents, teachers and the citizens of Palm Beach County that drive or walk through the various school zones.
Traffic enforcement will include: speed enforcement, parking enforcement, bicycle helmet enforcement and items related to student, teacher, parent and motoring public safety. It will be conducted in the area of all elementary and middle schools throughout Palm Beach County, from 7 to 9 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. on each school day.
PBSO also reminds drivers that speeding citations range from $ $156 to $ 606.