The State Fire Assistance grant program (also known as the Western Wildland Urban Interface Grant Program) focuses on hazard fuels reduction, information and education, and community wildfire protection planning. Fire departments, local governments, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations qualify.
Project proposals for the 2018 grant cycle are due by August 18, 2017.
Applications received by the due date will be evaluated for submittal to the Western States Fire Manager grant process where they will compete with proposals from other states across the western United States. Funding for successful projects is expected by mid 2018 to support project implementation beginning that fall.
The following documents include the instructions and required forms for submittal:
An application webinar and Q&A session is scheduled for Friday, July 28th 2017, at 10:00 AM
(Space may be limited. If interested, please RSVP by July 26th to [email protected])
For questions about the program, please email: [email protected]
This program is supported by USDA Forest Service funding.
Arizona State Forestry is an equal opportunity provider