Traffic Safety Program

Pursuant to Article 43 of the NYS Vehicle and Traffic Law, the Ontario County Traffic Safety Board was established by Local law No. 3 of 1971 and later amended by Local Law No. 6 of 1981.  The Board must not have less than ten members interested in traffic safety and traffic problems appointed by the Board of Supervisors for three year terms.  The Board is authorized to promote and encourage street and highway traffic safety, to formulate and coordinate efforts of local agencies, and to act as the Advisory Board for the STOP-DWI Program.

OUR VISION:

SAFEST ROADS IN NEW YORK STATE

MISSION:
To further traffic safety in Ontario County by supporting the enforcement of laws, by collaborating with communities and stakeholders, and by developing creative initiatives toward the promotion of safe roadways.

TSB Chairman Mark Venuti


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Mark Venuti has been in the position of Geneva Town Supervisor since 2014, most recently being re-elected in 2022 for a three year term.  Mr. Venuti is an attorney by trade and has spent many years dedicating endless time and energy to civic service.  He is passionate about serving his community to the best of his ability.

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month!

It is important that we safely share the road with our friends on two, and sometimes three, wheels…look twice, save a life!!

Look Twice, Save a Life signs can be found at the following locations:

Ontario County Public Health

Ontario County DMV

KC’s Helmet World

Geneva Harley-Davidson


Look Twice, Save a Life

BOATING SAFETY CERTIFICATE

Ontario County is fortunate to have many different opportunities to enjoy boating.  New York State Law requires an operator of any mechanically propelled vessel (boat)  and/or personal watercraft (jet ski) to have a Boating Safety Certificate.  Please see the information below for opportunities in Ontario County.  


Boater Safety



Slow Moving Vehicle Billboard (1)Cornell Cooperative Extension in conjunction with the Ag Enhancement Board have created mobile billboards to remind the drivers of Ontario County that we often share the road with slow moving vehicles.  These billboards will be made available for display to our agriculture partners throughout the county.