Virginia Department of Fire Programs
Grants starting at $4,000 to Virginia towns, and grants starting at $10,000 to Virginia counties and cities for fire department operations. Funding is intended for the purchase of firefighting equipment and protective clothing, training, and the construction of training centers.
ATL Funds allocated to the jurisdictions shall be used solely for the purposes of;
GrantWatch ID#: 156056
As provided in 38.2-401.B, distributions from the Fund shall be made on the basis of population; however, no eligible county or city shall receive less than $10,000, nor eligible town less than $4,000. The Virginia Fire Services Board shall be authorized to exceed allocations of $10,000 for eligible counties and cities and $4,000 for eligible towns, respectively. Allocations to jurisdictions shall be fair and equitable. Any increases or decreases in such allocations shall be uniform for all localities.
Funds received each June 30 from SCC are used for ATL in the fiscal period beginning July 1st.
Jurisdictions may ‘carry-forward’ ATL funds. Any such balances carried-forward shall be accounted for by the jurisdiction in its mandated Annual Report.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Forward all completed paperwork to:
VDFP Budget and Grants Manager
1005 Technology Park Drive
Glen Allen VA 23059-4500
Chief Administrative Officer
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