Grants

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The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC) provides grants for volunteer, combination and career fire, and rescue companies intended to help them improve and enhance their capabilities to provide firefighting, and rescue services.

NO medical supplies, equipment or training provided by either grant.

Questions or concerns? Please email cdps_dfpc_grants@state.co.us or contact us

Firefighter Safety Disease Prevention Grant (FFSDP)

The Firefighter Safety Disease Prevention Grant (FFSDP) 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. Additional funding in amount of $500,000 was provided in the 2019 Long Bill (SB 19-207) for awards in CY 2020-21.

Grants are limited to a maximum of $15,000 per fire department or Sheriff's Office. 

Grant maximum to $20K.

Please click on one the links below to learn more: Announcements, Eligibility Comparison Chart, or Workshop.

Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant (VFA)

The Volunteer Fire Assistance (VFA) Program’s purpose is to provide Federal financial, technical and other assistance to the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC) to organize, train and equip fire departments in rural areas and rural communities to prevent and suppress fires. A single fire department serving a rural area or a rural community with a population of 10,000 or less is eligible for VFA funding (The community may be incorporated, unincorporated, a township or some other identifiable descriptor). A single community fire department serving a population greater than 10,000 and not providing protection to a rural area or to a rural community is not eligible for VFA financial assistance.

Click here to view the DFPC Wildland Fire Management Resource Map

Please click on one the links below to learn more: Announcements, Eligibility Comparison Chart, or Workshop.

Grant Forms
Applicable to both VFA & FFSDP

Model Small Dollar Grant Terms & Conditions

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Civil Rights: And Justice for All

All federal fund grant recipients and sub-recipients must adhere to and comply with Civil Rights. Please review the Civil Rights brochure and  And Justice for All poster .

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Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant (VFA)

2022 Reimbursement Request 

2022 Equipment Substitution Request 

SF-424B Assurances Non-Construction Programs

AD-1052 Certification Regarding Drug-Free Workplace Requirements

FS 1500-35 Certification Regarding Lobbying 

Subrecipient Pre-Award Risk Assessment Questionnaire

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Firefighter Safety Disease & Prevention Grant (FFSDP)

2022 Reimbursement Request 

2022 Equipment Substitution Request