Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)
Grants of up to $4,950 to Colorado local government agencies, community organizations, businesses, law enforcement agencies, and coalitions for initiatives to improve traffic safety. Funding is intended to support awareness, education, and outreach activities that promote focus areas such as child passenger safety, teen driving safety, and impaired driving prevention.
The CDOT Office of Transportation Safety, Highway Safety Office, offers Traffic Safety Initiatives Mini Grants that enable traffic safety professionals to execute and support:
- Local and statewide occupant protection;
- Child passenger safety*;
- Teen driving safety;
- Distracted driving prevention;
- Motorcycle safety;
- Bicycle and pedestrian safety; and
- Impaired driving prevention initiatives.
*Child Passenger Safety seats cannot be purchased with these funds.
Applicants must be able to identify a traffic issue supported by data, establish baseline and evaluation measures, describe measurable activities and detail how the project will be evaluated. (For data sources and information, see codot.gov/safety/safety-data-sources-information/colorado-problem-identification-id-reports.)
Funds must be used for training, resources, materials, and support.
GrantWatch ID#: 183170
Maximum funding amount is $4,950.
All projects terminate September 30.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit the Audit Certification and Exemption Form along with a completed application to:
Robin Rocke, HSO Program Manager
2829 W. Howard Place
Denver, CO 80204