Applying for Proposition 40 Fuels Management Program Funds

April 28, 2014 - Prop 40 Fuels Reduction Program ended March 31, 2014.

CAL FIRE is implementing the Prop. 40 Fuels Management Program through the CAL FIRE program shown below. Click on the link for information on application process and timelines, eligibility, and other program details.

Sierra Coordinated Resource Management Council (SCRMC) Proposition 40 Fuels Management Program Application and Participant Agreement Forms

SCRMC has available funding by way of an agreement with CAL FIRE to disperse funds for vegetation management projects on private land. Projects awarded by SCRMC must comply with CFIP guidelines.

For detailed information contact:

Placer County Resource Conservation District
251 Auburn Ravine Road, Suite 107,
Auburn, CA, 95603
Katie Maloney, Operations Manager
(530) 885-3046 x 119
Rick Gruen, District Manager
(530) 885-3046 x 118

Proposition 40 Fuels Management Program Participant Application
(download for MS Word (Pages 1 and 2) - 102K DOC )   (download for Excel (Page 3) - 52K DOC )

Propostion 40 Fuels Management Program Participant Agreement (870K PDF)
(or download for MS Word - 93K DOC )

Prop 40 Invoice (714K PDF)
(or download for MS Word - (93K DOC )

SCRMC Prop 40 Invoicing and Reimbursement Requirements (101K PDF)

CAL FIRE Community Assistance Grants
Community Assistance Grant Forms (123K PDF)

Procedural Guide For CAG Projects Funded By Prop. 40 (10/25) (211K PDF)

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