Washington State Fire departments
Ready Reserve Wildland Fire Instruction
DNR sponsors this wildland fire training with support from the U.S. division of Indoor.
Through this system your fire area might entitled to:
Fire-protection areas and departments that aren't eligible may however register pupils, but might be required to benefit teacher and products.
Possibilities because of this instruction might be offered to fire-protection districts and divisions in Washington state that:
Volunteer Fire Help Grants
Administered by DNR through capital through the U.S. Department of Agriculture, this grant system provides a 50 per cent match for expenditures of individual protective gear and general equipment.
The Volunteer Fire help Grant Program* is administered in 2 levels annually:
Possibilities for those grants may be accessible to fire-protection districts and divisions in Washington state that:
* Grants may possibly not be readily available yearly influenced by capital. Phone 360-902-1300 for details.
Firefighter Property Program*
This system helps fire protection areas and fire departments have fire engines and fire tenders (vehicles that bring liquid, foam, or dry chemical compounds to fire vehicles in the field) ideal for low-cost conversion to wildland make use of. Fire districts have the name into property. Areas might have to pay the cost of moving the vehicle from an out-of-state place (about two-thirds associated with cars positioned through this program originate from other says).
Possibilities to acquire gear through the program might accessible to fire protection districts and fire departments in Washington suggest that:
*This program, with some exceptions, replaces the Federal extra Property system (FEPP) in Washington condition.
NOTICE: The Department of Army has changed access requirements to Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM).
Federal Excess Property Program (FEPP)
DNR maintains biennial stocks of equipment currently on loan to fire areas and helps dump FEPP equipment when fire areas are done using it. DNR no further assigns equipment to fire areas under the program.
Fire areas looking to dispose of FEPP gear must finish and submit a FEPP Disposal Form. Follow directions provided regarding the type.
For help, contact DNR's Fire District Assistance system at 360-902-1300.
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Office of Civil-rights
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