The department doesn’t anticipate to install the cameras until after Halloween.
“At this point, the anticipated date of installation is the first week of November,” police spokeswoman Barbara Miller said in an email.
“The surveillance cameras have not yet been ordered as the Chief wanted to insure (sic) a fair bid process was conducted. Because of that, an RFP usually adds 2 months to the estimated timeline,” she wrote.
The cameras will be installed along Tejon Street, but exactly where has not yet been determined.
“Exact locations have not been confirmed as committee members are determining the most cost effective measures when selecting the locations; ie, utilizing existing infrastructure and staying on city or utility property such as light poles or traffic light poles,” she wrote.
“That being said, Tejon will still be the main street with the lights being positioned every few blocks to include a camera at Acacia Park.”