In response, Harris asked police to step up patrols in the area. The city also installed signs urging drivers to slow down.
"We decided it was all about safety so we did it," Harris said.
Police have pulled over 94 drivers on the street for speeding since March 1.
The fourth grader was "surprised" when Mayor Nancy Harris read his letter and invited him and his sister to City Hall.
"Parv got a lot of people to to step up and be aware and face the problems," Harris told Channel 2 Action News. "He may be mayor one day.”
The city is also researching the cost of installing speed humps in the neighborhood -- with possible plans to share the cost with the homeowner's association.