DIY Signs and Banners encourage students to get involved in safe street initiatives by designing their own street signs.
Hold a contest for students to design their own street sign to be displayed along the roads around your school to remind drivers to slow down.
Select up to 3 winning designs and we will turn them into outdoor signage. In addition to the DIY signage, there is also the option to select 1 of those designs for a large printed banner. Let’s get creative!
Vibrant Crosswalks encourage students to get involved in crosswalk safety by creating their own design for a vibrant crosswalk!
Students can design a colourful and meaningful crosswalk in order to promote safe crossings to and from their school. City staff will then paint their design in the final months of the 2023/2024 school year!
Hold a contest for students to design their own vibrant crosswalk and select 1 winning design for your school.
Request signage and tools to promote safe speeds at your school. You can request centreline signage, community lawn signs, portable driver feedback signs, automated enforcement, and/or an automated enforcement show and tell session.
The City of Edmonton and the Edmonton Police Service work together with Edmonton’s school boards to encourage safe behaviours around schools using enforcement, road design and engineering, community activation and engagement, and more. This year, routes to 5 schools are being assessed and upgraded.