If you're driving too fast along Harford Road in Parkville, prepare to smile for the camera starting soon.
Baltimore County police announced Friday that St. Ursula's School is one of five school sites planned to receive a speed camera, with installation set to happen in the "next few days," according to a release.
The release said that police will announce when the cameras are set to become operational.
The new camera will be installed on Harford Road between Putty Hill Avenue and I-695. Another new camera will be installed near on Goucher Boulevard, between Putty Hill Avenue and LaSalle Road.
The new cameras will be in operation from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays, year-round. Drivers caught going 12 or more miles per hour over the posted speed limit will receive a warning in the first 30 days after the cameras are installed, then citations after that.
The five cameras join speed cameras at 17 other locations in the county, including one on Putty Hill Avenue near .