Walker Avenue between Hamilton and Paseo del Mar in the Palisades area of San Pedro has become a magnet for youth who like to skateboard down the steep hill. These individuals routinely ignore the stop signs on Walker, and place themselves and others at risk. Speed humps are one possible solution, but they also slow emergency responders and increase wear on residents' vehicles. However, installing strips of road "buttons" across the width of Walker before stop signs would prevent skateboarding, without the inconvenience and safety issues of more intrusive speed humps. In addition, the "buttons" can be glued down and do not require surface modifications or new pavement. Please consider directing our transportation department to install buttons on Walker, and other downhill streets in the Palisades, to address this unsafe condition.