20 Yavapai County Organizations receive funds from Title III Forest Fee Program.

At Wednesdays Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting, 20 organizations were awarded funds from the 2018-19 Title III Forest Fee Program. In August of this year, the Board of Supervisors began the process to award funds for the Title III Forest Fee Program by receiving applications. Yavapai County received $275,000, which was awarded to those organizations who submitted an application meeting illustrating how they would meet certain criteria and how the funds would be spent. Yavapai County Emergency Management Department reviewed the applications for greatest need and submitted them to the Board of Supervisors for preliminary funding determinations in September. Each organization has one year to utilize the funds and must complete quarterly progress forms itemizing how the money has been spent. The complete list of the awarded organizations and the funds they received is posted below.

Crown King Fire District ($12,000)
Dewey Humboldt Firewise Committee ($25,000)
Hidden Valley Ranch Homeowners Association ($5,000)
Highland Pines Property Owners Association ($6,000)
Hometown Pine Lakes-Arizona ($10,000)
Jerome Volunteer Fire Department ($15,000)
Manzanita Village Cohousing Community ($1,000)
McDonald Drive Homeowners Association ($4,500)
Old Senator Highway/Juniper Heights ($18,000)
Ponderosa Park Association ($9,000)
Prescott Area Wildland/Urban Interface Comm. ($7,000)
Prescott Canyon Estates ($16,000)
Prescott Fire Department ($31,000)
Prescott Skyline Firewise Community ($8,000)
Rancho Vista Hills Homeowners Association ($4,000)
Southview Trails Community Association ($2,000)
The Mountain Club ($6,500)
Walker Community Action Alliance ($18,000)
Williamson Valley Fire District ($14,000)
Yavapai Hills Homeowners Association ($7,000)
Yavapai County Sheriff ($56,000).


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here