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Wildfire mitigation grants available for home projects

Wildfire mitigation is one of City Council’s strategic goals and priorities. To help mitigate wildfire risk and protect the community, the City developed a grant program to provide financial resources for residents and homeowners associations to conduct wildfire mitigation projects.

The City will accept funding requests for up to $5,000 from an HOA and up to $250 from a residential homeowner. All funding requests require a minimum match of 50% from applicants. For example, if a resident has a wildfire mitigation project expected to cost $500 or more, they would be eligible to ask for the full $250 of City funds.

Applications will remain open until March 29. If your project is selected, funds will be reimbursed after completion of the project. A final report, before and after pictures, and proof of payment or receipt(s) must be submitted to receive reimbursement.

Projects should focus on open space and vegetation mitigation. You can replace plants or trees susceptible to wildfire, remove vegetation encroaching on residential structures, or complete other projects to reduce fire hazards around your home.  Any planted plants must be of a species on the City’s approved Wildfire Resistant Plant List.

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