Several Local Sask. Communities Receiving Funds to Improve Traffic Safety

$1.4-million has been awarded to 112 approved projects in 108 communities across Saskatchewan that aim to improve traffic safety.

Several local communities are receiving a share of the money that comes from the Provincial Traffic Safety Fund.

The Town of Balcarres is receiving nearly $20-thousand for its “Be Safe Balcarres” initiative, while the Town of Carlyle is getting over $18-thousand for a Traffic Calming Project.

Nearly $11-thousand is allocated for the Village of Grayson for Speed Management, and over $15-thousand is going to Ituna for their 2021 Traffic Calming Initiative.

Over $17-thousand is earmarked for the Village of Killaly for its Community Safety Initiative this year; the Piapot First Nation is receiving over $19-thousand for a Traffic Safety Initiative.

The Town of Porcupine Plain is receiving $81-hundred for Speed Management, and the George Gordan First Nation is allocated over $76-hundred for a Slow Vehicle Down initiative.

The Town of Langenburg is receiving over $76-hundred to reduce speeds and injuries as part of its Safe Active Travel Plan; the Village of Lintlaw is getting $7-thousand for a Slow & Safe initiative.

Over $63-hundred has been allocated for Invermay for Highway 5 Speed Management, and the R.M. of Indian Head has been awarded $42-hundred for Digital Speed Signs.

The grants are awarded twice a year, with the next opportunity to apply July 1st and the deadline for applications is September 30. Application details can be found at

The complete list of communities receiving funding are available here.

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