Firefighter Safety and Disease Prevention Grant
THIS GRANT IS NOW CLOSED
Questions or concerns? Contact Mark Quick, DFPC Professional Qualification and Training Section Chief: (303) 239-4600
The Local Firefighter Safety and Disease Prevention Fund (Grant) provides funding or reimbursement for equipment designed to increase firefighter safety and prevent occupation-related diseases.
The Grant was created through Senate Bill 14-046 in 2014 and provided 2 years of funding ending in 2016, including, state fiscal years (SFY): $325K each in 2014-15 and 2015-16 from the Federal Mineral Lease (FML) revenues totaling $6.5 million.
In 2018, House Bill 18-1423 allocation provided a one time funds transfer of $250,000 in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 from the General Fund to the Local Firefighter Safety and Disease Prevention Fund covering two state fiscal years 2018-19 and 2019-20.
Grants are limited to a maximum of $10,000 per fire department or Sheriff's Office.
Administration and direct costs of the Grant are available, up to 3%, or $42,284 total
Fund balance as of July 2018, $135,861 from previous years remain in the fund.
Grant Awards : available funding for FY 2018-2019 and FY 2019-2020 ranges from $343,577 - $385,861
(Up to 3% of the total grant award is allowed for administration and management of the program).
Due to reduced funding, the approved items have changed accordingly:
refer to the SFY 2018-2019 Funding Priority list:
|SCBA Face Piece|
|Air Monitoring Equipment|
|Particulate Hood (x2)|
|Set of Gloves (x2)|
|Post Fire Decon and/or Rehab Kit|
|Physicals (NFPA 1582) Baseline with Vaccinations|
|Other Safety Equipment or Injury Prevention Programs not identified above but are required for the safety and well-being of firefighters|
Application Extention: November 12, 2018- February 15, 2019
Application Review, and ranking: February 2019
Award Notification: early March 2019
|FSDPG Fact Sheet - Updated 1-22-2019 (1).pdf||407.77 KB|
|PUBLIC_ Road Show Flyer (1).pdf||117.62 KB|
|2018-19 Local Firefighter Safety and Disease Prevention Grant - effective 11-29-2018.pdf||372.62 KB|