Where can I get my sign?
The signs are free and can be obtained starting August 25 at the program's three major sponsor locations: Geiger’s Clothing and Sports (14710 Detroit), First Federal of Lakewood (14806 Detroit), and Steve Barry Buick (16000 Detroit). Signs will also be available outside all Lakewood elementary and middle schools Friday, August 27 from 2:30-3:05 p.m., and at the Lakewood Community Festival at Madison Park on Saturday, September 11 from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
When & where should I post my sign?
Brake 4 Kids signs can be posted on your tree lawn beginning on the first day of school (August 25) and remain there for the entire month of September, which is “Speed Awareness Month for the City of Lakewood.” After that time, please remove the signs from your tree lawn. You may continue to display the signs on your lawn proper, or save and recycle your sign to use next year.
This program is made possible by LECPTA and Lakewood Council of PTAs. Sponsors include: First Federal of Lakewood; Steve Barry Buick; Geiger's; Brinkman-Dress Funeral Home; Jordan's Family Foundation; Five Guys Burgers and Fries; Ed Favre, Lakewood School Board; Matthew John Markling, Lakewood School Board Vice-President; Michael Summers, Lakewood City Council; Brian Powers, Lakewood City Council; Nickie J. Antonio, Lakewood City Council; Hayes Elementary School PTO; Grant PTA Elementary School; Horace Mann Elementary School PTA; Harding Middle School PTSA, Lakewood High School PTA