Resourceful Communities Supplement Their Budgets in Innovative Ways

Safety is the top priority of every municipality. Unfortunately, budget constraints often limit a community’s ability to implement all of the programs needed to achieve their safety goals. At Radarsign, we frequently field requests from city administrators and police officers seeking advice on where to find funding for the radar speed signs they know will make their communities safer. As a result, we developed this Reference Guide to Grant Funding for Radar Speed Signs.  

The handbook includes insights into grants for traffic calming from federal, state and county sources, nonprofit organizations, and community partners.

The good news is, sometimes civic leaders don’t have to look very far for help.

In Oklahoma, Holliday Sand and Gravel partnered with Tulsa County to slow speeding drivers on a well-traveled roadway near their business. Holliday Sand donated a Radarsign TC-600 and the county agreed to install and maintain the sign. In Arizona, the Chino Valley Police Department received funding for police gear from a local business and a service organization, while a grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety funded the purchase of radar speed signs.

If your community needs funding assistance, we hope our guide provide the insight you need.   

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Charlie Robeson: Radarsign™ Co-founder & Director of Sales and Marketing