Foundation / Corporation
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Grants to Wisconsin tribal and County governments for the development, maintenance, and rehabilitation of snowmobile trails. Applicants must contact funding source staff before applying. Eligible projects include maintenance of trails, major bridge rehabilitation, trail rehabilitation, and trail development.
1) Maintenance of Snowmobile Trails - Provides up to 100% of the cost up to $250 per mile for activities associated with keeping a trail safe and enjoyable to use. Maintenance activities include the posting of signs, brushing, grooming of snow, minor repair of bridges, purchase of county liability insurance and the purchase of short-term easements or other land use agreements periods of less than 3 years.
2) Major Bridge Rehabilitation - Provides up to 100% of the cost of major reconstruction or rehabilitation. This may include replacement when necessary to return a bridge on the existing trail system to a functioning, safe structure. The purpose of this category is to provide funds to make major structural repairs or renovation that would be beyond the ability of normal maintenance funding to accomplish.
3) Trail Rehabilitation - Provides up to 100% of the cost of repair or reconstruction activities that are necessary to improve a trail for user safety and enjoyment. The repairs or renovation may be for the improvement of the trail for safety reasons or in response to natural events that adversely affect trail safety. Similar to bridge rehabilitation, the purpose of this category is to provide funds to undertake major trail repairs for safety that would be beyond the ability of normal maintenance funding to accomplish.
4) Trail development - Provides up to 100% of the cost of constructing a trail. Activities include grading, initial signing and construction of bridges or other support facilities. Development also includes the purchase of land in fee simple and the acquisition of interests in land for a term of 3 years or greater.
GrantWatch ID#: 165456
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Cathy Burrow, Snowmobile Grant Manager
Department of Natural Resources
PO Box 7921
101 S. Webster
Madison, WI 53707-7921
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