Apply For A Grant

The Louisiana Highway Safety Commission (LHSC) is seeking dedicated partners to aid in our mission of reducing traffic crashes and the resulting deaths, injuries, and property damage. Please review the requirements for application submissions below. Questions concerning the application process may be directed to the LHSC by email at: LHSCadmin@la.gov or by telephone at (225) 925-6991.

FFY 2025 YEAR-LONG GRANT APPLICATION

The LHSC FFY 2025 Grant Application period is open from January 1, 2024 - January 31, 2024 at 4:30 pm CST.  All applications for FFY 2025 funding must be submitted by 4:30 pm (CST) on January 31, 2024, to be considered.  Please click the links below for the FFY 2025 on-line application and detailed application instructions which includes the problem identification.

Incomplete and late applications will not be considered for funding.

 

Call for Proposals and Application Instructions (includes Problem Identification): Call For Proposals/Application Instructions which includes the FFY 2025 Problem Identification

 

Below is a separate link to just the FFY 2025 Problem Identification:

2025 Problem Identification

 

FFY 2024

Below is the link to the FFY 2024 Problem Identification

FFY 2024 Problem Identification

 

FFY 2023 ENFORCEMENT SPECIAL WAVES

The LHSC FFY 2023 Special Wave Grant application period is now closed. Thank you for your interest.

 

PLANNING

The planning process for the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission is a cyclical process that is in constant review, assessment, and modification and due to a variety of intervening and often unpredictable factors at both the federal and state level; the planning process may be interrupted by unforeseen events and mandates.

A multitude of Stakeholder meetings, data analysis workshops, and processes for partner feedback occur throughout the year. In preparation for each fiscal year, the LHSC facilitates a series of Community Briefings designed to provide current information on traffic safety issues in Louisiana and solicit local leaders, citizens, law enforcement, and other traffic safety partners input on future needs and potential programs. Additional meetings are held to assess data improvements and reassess areas of need. The LHSC staff provides guidance and recommendations to the Assistant Director as to ongoing programming and the accountant and planner discuss estimated grant carry forward, potential grant awards, and existing contractual agreements. Projects are identified and awarded to local agencies, law enforcement, non-profits, governmental agencies, and other entities with the consideration of all discussions listed above.

GRANT FUNDING

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

NHTSA GUIDANCE

SUBGRANTEE FORMS

TITLE VI PROGRAM