JONESBORO — Clayton County schools is asking for the community’s help as officials research the usage of school zone speed cameras.
The district is seeking the opinions of stakeholders about whether speeding is a problem in school zones and if police presence or cameras may help to curb motorists from driving over the posted speed limit.
District officials noted there have been “significant concerns expressed to the Clayton County Public Schools pertaining to speeds in and around our schools, specifically in our school zones.”
CCPS has created a five-question survey asking residents about speeding and whether they would support the use of cameras.
The cameras would be equipped with automated license plate readers that would recognize drivers traveling 10 mph or more over the posted school zone speed limit.
The survey will close on Sept. 19.
To take the survey, visit clayton.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eVPQFh60k5vQljT.