South Bloomfield, Ohio Speed Traps

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Route 23 North and South of South Bloomfield, OH

South Bloomfield, OhioJul 07, 20100 Comments

The small comunity has three cars that work extensively +/- 3 miles north and south of the village. coming into the village the speed limit is decreased to 50mph.
They also work the 35 mile limit in the city.
If they get you mention that you will apply for a change of venue to the county seat, circleville.

about 19 miles south of Columbus on S.R. 23

South Bloomfield, OhioMar 23, 20100 Comments

You’ve got the State Police Post on 23 near South Bloomfield along with
a gang of police out of South Bloomfield. In addition, there are Pickaway
County Sheriff’s deputies coming out of Circleville just 10 minutes away.
Together, this array of law enforcement makes more money than corn
in Pickaway County. They will write tickets for window tint, speeding
crooked license plates and funny smiles. They will then brow beat you
into letting them search your car. You better let them, or you could sit
there for a long time.

Interstate 23 near State Route 316

South Bloomfield, OhioAug 23, 20070 Comments

Just be carefull coming into South Bloomfield from the north or the south. They can be there enforcing the 35 mph speed limit.

US Highway 23 near US Highway 23

South Bloomfield, OhioFeb 06, 20060 Comments

This is a little town not far from Interstate 270. You are used to going 65+ on the interstate and it’s 55 when you exit onto 23. Then you get to South Bloomfield which is basically a few gas stations and restaurants on either side of the highway, and the speed limit is 35. Plenty of police cars and places for them to hide.

US 23

South Bloomfield, OhioJul 10, 20022 Comments

Referencing your info on S. Bloomfield. The village has recovered from it’s financial difficulties, now having 1 full time, 2 part time and an entire slew of auxillary officers all of which are completely and totally well versed in the operation of and technical know how involving the K-55 radar.
In addition, the Ohio Department of transportation has moved the speed limit signs in accordance to the land that the village has annexed over the past two years. The "Reduce Speed" signs are well posted before the village, and the Speed limit 35 starts and ends at the actual business/residential areas of the village. Drivers are informed well in advance of the speed limit changes and it is thier own decision not to obey them. By the way the judge at the Municipal Court in Circleville more often than not sides with the village officers, knowing that they are all technically proficient.

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