Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR)
01/26/18 5:00 PM MST Receipt
Grants to Idaho government agencies and Indian Tribes for a range of activities related to motorbike, all-terrain vehicle (ATV,) and utility-terrain vehicle (UTV) use. Applicants must consult with their regional specialist in developing an application. Funding may be used for the following purposes.
(1) For the securing of special leases or permits, or for the actual purchase of land under private, state or federal ownership to be used for recreational off-highway vehicle activity;
(2) For the securing, maintenance, construction or development of trails and other recreational facilities for off-highway vehicle use on state and federal lands;
(3) To finance the formulation and implementation under the board’s direction of an off the road rider education program.
(4) To acquire applicable federal matching funds.
GrantWatch ID#: 164591
These funds are typically available after July 15th and applicants have one year to expend the funds.
For Boise and Twin Falls workshops, please contact:
For the Idaho Falls wrokshop, please contact:
Jennifer Park, East Idaho Grant Specialist
For the Lewiston and Our d’Alene workshops, please contact:
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
5657 Warm Springs Ave
Boise, ID 83716-8700
North Region Grant Specialist (Districts 1 & 2):
South Region Grant Specialist (Districts 3 & 4):
East Region Grant Specialist (Districts 5 & 6):
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