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Harrisburg Office
Senate Box 203029
171 Main Capitol
Harrisburg, PA 17120-3029
717-783-8657 FAX


District Offices
One West Centre Street
P.O. Box 150
Mahanoy City, PA 17948
570-773-1675 FAX

100 North Centre Street
Pottsville, PA 17901
570-622-6629 FAX
(Shared with Representative Mike Tobash)

61 North Third Street
Hamburg, PA 19526-1501
610-562-6895 FAX
(Shared with Representative
Jerry Knowles)
237 West Broad Street
Tamaqua, PA 18252
570-952-3374 FAX
(Shared with Representative
Jerry Knowles)

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Transportation and law enforcement grant programs open to counties, local governments

Providing a safe and reliable transportation system is a priority for state and local governments. Municipalities and transportation authorities can apply now for two grant programs designed to improve public safety through infrastructure development.

The state’s Multimodal Transportation Fund offers grants for a wide variety of projects to develop and enhance transportation assets, including streetscape, lighting, sidewalk enhancement, pedestrian safety, connectivity or and transit-oriented development. Grants are available for projects with a total cost of $100,000 or more.

Applications will be accepted through July 31. More information on the program is available here.

In addition, local transportation authorities and planning organizations can apply for grants to improve public safety and mobility through the Automated Red Light Enforcement program. Competitive grants will be awarded through the program for a wide variety of low-cost projects, including improvements to traffic signals, roadway improvements, signage and other initiatives to improve public safety.

Applications will be accepted until June 30. Applications, program guidelines and other helpful information is available here.

In an effort to assist local law enforcement, the Gaming Act provides funding for the Local Law Enforcement Grant Program. The program receives $2 million annually and is administered by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

The program provides grants to local law enforcement agencies to investigate violations of and enforce the laws relating to unlawful gambling.

You can find more information here and the application here.

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