California Traffic Safety Grants

Deadline: Ongoing


Grant Description

Improve Traffic Safety In California


Improve Deficiencies, Expand Activities, Develop New Traffic Safety Programs


OTS grants address traffic safety priority areas for state and local agencies in California, including:


  • Alcohol and Other Drugs (AL)
  • Police Traffic Services (PT)
  • Emergency Medical Services (EM)
  • Traffic Records/Roadway Safety (TR)
  • Occupant Protection (OP)
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety (PS)


Only a limited number of grants will be awarded.


Grant Eligibility


State and local government agencies are eligible.


About The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS)


The California Office of Traffic Safety’s mission is to effectively and efficiently administer traffic safety grant funds to reduce traffic deaths, injuries, and economic losses. The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) strives to eliminate traffic deaths and injuries. It does this by making available grants to local and state public agencies for programs that help them enforce traffic laws, educate the public in traffic safety, and provide varied and effective means of reducing fatalities, injuries and economic losses from collisions. OTS draws from several federal government funding sources for its grants. OTS also mounts public awareness campaigns and acts as a primary traffic safety resource in order to enlist the help of the general public and the media encouraging traffic safety. Learn more about OTS


Grant Deadline


This program accepts applications on an ongoing basis.




Apply for the California Traffic Safety Grant