A total of 80 Saskatchewan communities have been approved for Provincial Traffic Safety Fund Grants totaling $1.34 million.
The funding will help install pedestrian pathways, increase speed limit signage and improve school zone safety in rural, urban and Indigenous communities all across the province.
The Village of Frontier is one of the communities who will be receiving a grant of just over $3,800 for a new speed radar sign.
The community received a previous grant for a sign that was installed by the truck route at the local school, and this grant money will add another sign.
Barb Webber, Town Administrator says where the new signage will go is still under discussion.
"We're contemplating either Main Street or on another block by the school, cause, obviously, the school has four sides so we're contemplating that too. So we're not exactly sure where we're going to put it."
The sign has been ordered, however no time line has been put in place for it's installation.