Henderson, Nevada Speed Traps
St. Rose Parkway near Spencer Street
Down St. Rose Parkway past Spencer through Las Vegas Blvd. South. Watch out, speed limit is 45 MPH. Don’t go any faster. 6 lanes of traffic and the speed limit is 45. Its stupid but they’ll get you. Watch out and be safe.
ramrod ave is a short street , 25 mph posted throughout, apartment building on sides between Mountain Vista Ave and Green Valey parkway, cops always hiding between Cabo complex and St james bay complex, also across Cabo on left side when going west.The street is curved a bit so no visibility, be careful
Horizon Ridge Parkway
Westbound on Horizon Ridge Pkwy from Horizon Dr. the road is a relatively steep downgrade. At the bottom of the road, just around the bend, motorcycle officers hide just out of view. The temptation to go faster than the posted 45 is strong. Enforcement is light, but usually done during the morning commute to work.
North Stephanie Street at the DMV.
Stephanie Street is one the exits off of I-215 in Henderson and is a quick way to seveal strip malls and a large shopping mall. The motorcycle police set up in the employee/back parking lot of the DMV, hiding behind the DMV Sign. The road way is new with two lanes in both directions and a paved sholder. Its an easy road to exceed the speed limit, considering you have just exited the freeway. Its a great revenue maker for Henderson. One block further in the same direction is a school zone that the police also run radar in.
Several sites in and around the community including rural roads.
Henderson motorcycle patrols have set up speed traps behind all kinds of obsticles and claim that you were speeding. The reality is that the radar cannot go through solid block walls, trees, hills of dirt or down a mountain yet they seem to have solved that problem by locking there radar guns at a high rate of speed and then they puts the blame on anyone driving through. Even the court judge will defend the citation and deny any wrong doing of the Henderson police. Note that since September 11th, the city of Henderson has been using portable speed traps to generate revenue during hard economic times.