The actual town of Sawyer has extended its city limits to about 1-1/2 mile east of the actual town to about 2-1/2 miles west of the actual town — several years ago. The entire distance is very heavily patrolled. I travel through there twice each day to & from work — I see someone pulled over almost daily and have been stopped myself once. The best thing to do is set your cruise on the limit and make sure you reduce your speed when you come into the actual town itself — it goes from 65 to 55 to 45 in the space of about 1/4 mile or less. There is also road construction on the east side of town where the limit has been reduced to 55 the whole distance. The officer is patrolling that construction area more than usual — in hopes of the "fines are double" law for construction zones. Just because you see an officer on one side of town doesn’t mean the coast is clear — there is often a 2nd officer on the other side of town. Just stay on the limit or less! The officers are usually out in the afternoon/evening but occasionally I see them early in the morning — 6:00 AM — too.