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December 15, 2020
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Hillcrest Public Safety Station
199 NW Hillcrest Dr.
Grants Pass, OR 97526
You may qualify for reduced cost seats. See Child Safety Seat Program page for more information.
Firefighter performing a child safety seat inspection
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DPS Child Passenger Seat Check and Distribution Event - Canceled Until Further Notice

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Distribution and checkup events occur every other month at the Hillcrest Station.

In addition, the multiple community seat check events are throughout the year. Call 541-450-6200 for information on the next distribution or seat check event. 

Keep in mind that distribution events are on a first come, first serve basis and they may reach capacity quickly. Arrive early in the event to ensure that we can help and be prepared to wait if there is already a line. Expect to spend at least 30 minutes working with a technician to learn safe child restraint use.

Scheduling Inspections and Installations
Members of the public are encouraged to attend an inspection event, or to call for an appointment for a free seat check with a Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST.)

Qualifying for Reduced Cost Safety Seats
Individuals on OHP, or families working with WIC qualify for reduced cost seats. The coalition provides convertible and combination seats for $30 each, and booster seats for $10. Additional discounts are available for some individuals.

Qualifying individuals must bring their OHP or WIC member card(s). Caregiver must be the parent or legal guardian of the child. Both caregiver and child must be present. Foster parents and grandparents are not eligible. Caregiver must participate in learning correct seat use procedures. Only one seat per child per family. There must be a true need for a new seat, such as newborn child, child outgrew old seat, or old seat has expired/is unsafe). Caregiver must bring current seat and primary vehicle.