Graphic of the outline of the state of Arkansas. R C & D.

Arkansas Association of Resource Conservation and
Development Councils, Inc.

Rural Fire Protection Program

Drawing of a fireman fighting a fire


 

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Grant Funds

Grants are awarded for water supply and delivery items as outlined in the Master Fire Plan.  Items such as pressurized hydrants, dry hydrants, ponds, tankers, supply hose, suction hose, strainers, dump tanks, and valves are considered in the grant awards.   Basically anything needed to establish a water supply point or move water from the supply point to the scene of a fire can be considered for grant funds.  An initial grant is awarded to fire departments when the first Master Fire Plan is completed.

IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR  GRANTS A FIRE DEPARTMENT MUST HAVE A MASTER FIRE PLAN PREPARED BY AARC&D

2015 Grant Cycle - In Progress

2014 Grant Cycle - Complete

2013 Grant Cycle - Complete

2012 Grant Cycle - Complete

2011 Grant Cycle - Completed

2010 Grant Cycle - Completed

2009 Grant Cycle - Completed

2008 Grant Cycle - Completed

2007 Grant Cycle - Completed

2006 Grant Cycle - Completed

2005 Grant Cycle - Completed

2004 Grant Cycle - Completed

2003 Grant Cycle - Completed

2002 Grant Cycle - Completed

2001 Grant Cycle - Completed

2000 Grant Cycle - Completed

1999 Grant Cycle - Completed

1998 Grant Cycle - Completed

 

 
AARCD Home | Master Fire Plans | Grant Funds | Application Process | Training & Education | Technical Assistance | Rural Fire Protection
 

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Assistance is available without regard to race, creed, color, sex, age, handicap, marital status or national origin.

Arkansas Association of Resource Conservation
and Development Councils, Inc.
2058 Highway 95 Solgohachia, AR 72156
501-354-7900

Last Date Modified 03/08/2010