The recently-installed school zone speed cameras by the Youngstown Police Department will not be enforcing the school zone speed limit during summer break.

The dates of these photo enforcements ending will vary depending on the school. Below is a list of schools with speed cameras installed and when they will stop enforcing the school zone speed limit for the summer:

- Rayen Early College Middle School (Williamson): May 18

- Youngstown Rayen Early College High School (W. Wood and Wick): May 18

- Chaney High School (N. Hazelwood and Overlook): May 24

- Volney Rogers Elementary School (S. Schenley): May 24

- Kirkmere Elementary School (Kirk Road): May 24

- Taft Elementary School (Gibson): May 24

- Youngstown Academy of Excellence (Rigby and S. Jackson): May 24

- Harding Elementary School (Cordova and Benita): May 24

- Summit Academy (Oakwood): May 25

- Horizon Science Academy (Southern Boulevard): May 31

- Cardinal Mooney High School (Erie): June 1

- Ursuline High School (Wick): June 1

- St. Christine's Schools (S. Schenley): June 2

- Stambaugh Charter Academy (N. Hazelwood): June 13

- Potential Development School (Market Street): July 12

The speed cams will enforce the speed limit in place outside of school hours and school zone speed limits will once again be enforced at the beginning of the 2023/2024 school year.