The Gridley-Biggs Police Department is asking the public to obey all traffic laws in the Gridley and Biggs school zones. Assistant Chief of Police Brian Cook said his department spends as much time possible in enforcing traffic laws in the school zones.

The Gridley-Biggs Police Department is asking the public to obey all traffic laws in the Gridley and Biggs school zones. Assistant Chief of Police Brian Cook said his department spends as much time possible in enforcing traffic laws in the school zones. Assistant Chief Cook said officers will be looking for the following violations in the school zones;

• Unsafe speed-the safe speed is 20 mph

• Parking in the crosswalks

• Dropping children off in the crosswalks

• Unloading and picking children up in the roadway

• Parking in the bus zones

• Overtime parking in the 15 minute parking zones

• Seatbelt violations for all occupants

• Illegal u-turn in front of the schools

• Double parking

• Cell phone violations

In an effort to ensure public safety, the Gridley-Biggs Police Department is planning some special traffic enforcement in the school zones in Gridley and Biggs.

Please drive safe and courteous so no one gets hurt. Be sure to obey school crossing guards.