​​​​​​​​The City of Phoenix School Safety Program​​​​​​​​

About the Program​

The School Safety Program of the Streets Transportation Department is responsible for reviewing and responding to pedestrian and traffic related concerns that affect the areas around all public, charter, private and parochial K-12 schools in Phoenix. This section is also responsible for working with schools and communities to help educate parents and children through various programs and initiatives to practice safe behaviors within city streets.

Services provided include:

  • Replacing and repairing damaged or missing signs
  • Safe Routes to School
  • Crosswalk Concerns
  • Bicycle Rodeos
  • Community Events
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Contact Information

Call: 602-534-2020 Call: 602-262-6284​School.Safety​@phoenix.gov 

Reporting Drivers

The Phoenix Police Department handles speeding and traffic enforcement. The Street Transportation Department does not have law enforcement authority.  

To report driver behavior in your area, please call (602)534-7733 visit the traffic complaint website or email traffic.complaints@phoenix.gov​. ​

Reporting School Safety Concerns

Please use the link below to report your school safety concerns.

Submit here

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This is currently a work-in-progress and will be updated in the near future.

Regional and National Links

Phoenix works with regional and national partners to keep our school safety program one of the strongest in the country. 

GOHS logo 

ADOT logo 

MAG logo 

abpb Links 

maricopa county links 

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