City officials are considering the use of video cameras on public streets and parks to improve public safety, according to a post on their website.
The cameras would be used to help in crime investigation and would not be used to issue traffic citations. Specifics as to locations and the number of cameras that would be used have not been developed.
City officials want to understand how residents and businesses feel about the use of video surveillance cameras for public safety purposes and have set up a short survey you can take online. The City will be requesting input through the end of March 2013, when the survey results will be presented to Woodinville City Council.
For more information on this project, contact Assistant to the City Manager Alexandra Sheeks at 425-877-2266.
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