No, a Firewise community’s NFPA recognition status will be verified on Nevada County Firesafe Council’s website. The Office of Emergency scoring panel would like to view a community’s 3-Year Action Plan and Risk Assessment to see how the proposed project fits with these documents.
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Yes, applications for multiple projects within one Firewise community will be accepted with the possibility of each being awarded. Each project must have a separate application and please coordinate with other members of your community when at all possible.
For assistance completing your application, please contact Sierra Business Council by phone at 530-582-5022 or by email at email@example.com.
Yes, applicants are expected to have a business or residential address within the Firewise community that their project will benefit.
No, the intent of the program is to support to as many communities as possible with the existing funding. If a community has multiple projects, an application for each project can be submitted independently.
The Office of Emergency Services goal is that projects are completed by November 30th however we also understand that there are many factors outside a Firewise community’s control that could cause delays. If a project deadline is delayed an email update to OES@co.nevada.ca.us is requested within 90 days of funds being awarded. This email should identify why the project has been delayed and offer a revised completion date.
Reach out to the Nevada County Firesafe Council (Phone:530.272.1122 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) who can assist in connecting you with your Resident Leader.
No, the awardee will not receive a 1099 from the Sierra Business Council who will distribute the grant funds.