MORE THAN 15,000 HIGHLY VISIBLE REFLECTIVE SLAP BRACELETS BEING GIVEN OUT TO GREENBURGH RESIDENTS FOR FREE
White Plains Hospital has donated 5,000 reflectors....Phelps Hospital has ordered reflectors which will be distributed
We would like to announce our latest initiative to increase pedestrian safety awareness. It’s called Be Seen Greenburgh! As part of the Be Seen Greenburgh initiative, we plan to distribute more than 15,000 highly visible reflective slap bracelets to the community. We encourage everyone to be seen in Greenburgh by wearing something reflective when outside after dark. We would like to thank our first partner in safety, the White Plains Hospital, for donating 5000 bracelets to help our initiative. Phelps Hospital has ordered reflectors which will also be distributed. We hope to have many more partners in safety. Slap bracelets are available to the public at the Greenburgh Police Department, the Greenburgh Town Hall, the Theodore Young Community Center, and the Greenburgh Public Library. For more information about the Be Seen Greenburgh initiative, please visit our website at police.Greenburghny.com.
Here is the link to our video on Youtube.
Please encourage family, friends, neighbors to wear bright clothing, use reflectors or flashlights when walking in the evening. Sadly, there have been pedestrian fatalities in the region because motorists have not seen pedestrians walking at night.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor