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Highway Safety Task Force
The Gloucester County Highway Safety Taskforce is dedicated to reducing the number of serious and fatal motor vehicle accidents that occur in our County. The taskforce is a public/private partnership involving community, government and business leaders. Using innovative as well as time tested methods, the Gloucester County Highway Safety Task Force seeks to increase public awareness of the significant safety problems confronting our residents. Through education, communication and training, we believe we can make our roadways safer for all of our families and neighbors.
How You Can Help
The Gloucester County Highway Safety Task Force is a community-based effort to make our roads safer for everyone. To succeed, we will need the assistance of the people who know Gloucester County and its roads the best; we need you, the people that travel them every day. Just a couple of examples of how you can be involved include:
- Volunteering to help at community days and other events, as well as contributing ideas, time and energy
- If you are a business owner, you could assist the Gloucester County Highway Safety Task Force by donating goods or services to our community events
If you are interested in participating, please email the Task Force or call 856-384-5635. For more information on the Highway Safety Task Force, please visit the Gloucester County Highway Safety Task Force website.
High School Video Contest
The Gloucester County Highway Safety Taskforce announces its twelfth annual High School Video Contest. Students will have a choice of four topics this year:
- Driving Under the Influence
- Drive Focused
- Ride Focused
- GDL Compliance
Students may team up to produce a 30 second video depicting the dangers of the selected topic(s). There is now a high school division and an elementary school division. The Grand Prize winning video may be aired on commercial television, in addition to prizes for the top ten videos in each division. The contest is open to any high school and elementary school student residing in Gloucester County.
For a complete set of rules, as well as a list of credible reference sites, please view the 2020 Video Contest Rules (PDF).