OTFSC Grants

PG&E grants help residents avoid power outages by getting rid of dead trees before they fall on the lines.  In emergency situations a downed powerline can be life threatening. Photo credits

SRA grants funded by your State Fire Prevention Fee, help keep ingress and egress roads safe in emergency situations.  During a fire people need to be able to evacuate and fire crews need to be able to move in to protect homes and property.

OTFSC grants focus on maintaining ingress and egress of fire crews and homeowners.  A secondary focus is keeping the infrastructure of roads and power systems safe.  

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