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Napa Police Department
Tuesday June 2nd, 2009 :: 03:14 p.m. PDT


Red light camera warning period ending - violators will pay fines

The City of Napa's automated red light cameras and sensory devices at the intersections of First and Jefferson Street and at Soscol/Big Ranch Road/Trancas Street have been in operation since April 29, 2009. Since that time a "warning" period has been in effect. As of 12:01am Saturday May 30, citations will be issued for violations.

Redflex Traffic Systems Inc. will operate the Photo Red Light Enforcement Program for the Napa Police Department. Data captured by the cameras will be communicated to Redflex’ Processing Center in Phoenix, Arizona, for citation processing. After reviewing the photo red light violation evidence a Napa Police Department employee will be the one who issues a citation for a photo red light violation.

Violators will receive citations with a minimum fine of $435.00. Citations will include full-color digital images imprinted with the date, time, location, lane of travel, vehicle speed and posted speed of each violation. Video of the violation will also be available for viewing. Prior to issuance, citations will be authorized by personnel from the Napa Police Department. Drivers who do not contest the citation may pay the fine and attend traffic school if they are eligible. Drivers who choose to contest the citation may do so by a Court Trial or by Written Declaration.

Get more information about the Napa Police Department’s Photo Red Light Enforcement Program here , including a list of Frequently Asked Questions. For more information about Redflex and its products, visit the Web site at

Napa Police Department
1539 1st St
Napa, CA 94559

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-257-9223

Commander Jeff Troendly
Patrol Bureau

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