After a study of the area was done it has been found that it is not feasible to build sidewalks at this time because of money constraints.
However, according to Brandon Green, city manager, "We have started to implement some of their recommendations. We have installed four new speed limit signs. Two are coming down the hill and two going up.
"We have sent 'clear view notices' to the residents along the road to cut back vegetation that may be hindering a driver's view. Painting a line on the side of the road to indicate a walking path is not good either, because it creates a false sense of security for those who are walking," Green said.
"We have also asked the residents on a volunteer basis to not park on the street between seven and nine in the morning and two to four in the afternoon on school days. At this time we only want to make it voluntary," Green said.
Mayor Todd Stevenson said that "most people up there don't park on the street during the day anyway.
"The city is committed to help find a permanent solution and we will revisit this issue in the future," said Stevenson.