State Safety Office
CONCEPT PAPERS WILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING JANUARY 1st
Concept papers for the federal fiscal year 2019 funds will be accepted beginning January 1, 2018 through February 28, 2018.
Applying for Federal Highway Safety funds begins with submission of a Highway Safety Concept Paper under the following guidelines:
- Each concept paper must follow the Highway Safety Concept Paper Instructions
- Each concept paper must be submitted on the most recent version of FDOT form 500-065-17.
- Not-for-profit agencies must include their “Certificate of Status” from the Florida Department of State with their Highway Safety Concept Paper.
- A cover letter signed by the head of the agency or their authorized signatory must be attached to the concept paper. The cover letter must be typed on agency letterhead and state that the agency head fully supports the proposed project.
- Additional pages, documentation, or letters of support will not be considered.
The original concept paper and cover letter must be mailed via traceable method to:
Florida Department of Transportation
Attn: Traffic Safety Administrator
State Safety Office, MS-53
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450
Concept papers must be postmarked no later than the last day of February to be considered for funding.
Concept papers received by fax or email will not be accepted.
Note: Documents are password protected and cannot be modified. If a password pop-up window appears when opening the Concept Paper Form, click "cancel" to continue.
FISCAL YEAR 2019
FISCAL YEAR 2020
Concept paper forms for fiscal year 2020 will be added once available.
Sample Concept Papers
- Sample Impaired Driving concept paper
- Sample Motorcycle Safety concept paper
- Sample Occupant Protection concept paper
- Sample Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety concept paper
- Sample Speed/Agressive Driving concept paper
- Sample Teen Driver Safety concept paper
- Sample Letter of Support
For more information contact Chris Craig @ (850) 414-4009
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Page updated: October 17, 2017