Sherman Neighborhood Could Get 33 Stop Signs - - No One Gets You Closer

Sherman Neighborhood Could Get 33 Stop Signs


SHERMAN, TX -- More than two dozen new stop signs could be coming to a neighborhood near Sherman High School, and some residents say they support the plan.

The city engineering department wants to spend $5,000 dollars to put up the signs at more than a dozen intersections in the neighborhood just west of Sherman High School.

Some of the intersections currently have yield signs, but under the new plan, 33 new stop signs would go up in the area.

Neighbors say that area along East Mulberry and Pecan Streets near the intersection of Burdette and Andrews often gets busy on school days. The Sherman City Council will consider the plan at their meeting on Monday.