FireSmart Community Funding & Supports
All local governments and First Nations in British Columbia are eligible to receive support from the UBCM Funding and Supports program.
What's it for?
This funding supports activities that reduce community risk from wildfire, including:
Vegetation Management (Fuels and Prescribed Fire),
Interagency Cooperation, and
Cross Training Structural and Wildfire staff.
How much is available?
This year, the UBCM has increased potential funding for eligible applicants to $200,000 per year, depending on the degree of wildfire risk in the community.
What's the deadline?
The 2023 application intake opens October 1st, 2022. Frontera will be supporting communities through the application process until December 31st, 2022.
Given the various requirements of the application, we recommended starting this process as soon as possible.
How does Frontera help?
Our knowledgeable team will guide you through the whole process.
Contact us by phone or email to get more information or set up a meeting.
Apply for Grant
We'll take the work off your plate and lead you through every aspect of the grant application.
We'll help you receive the maximum funding available for the wildfire needs of your community.
Save the time and resources typically associated with trudging through the grant application process.
We're experts at finding and acquiring relevant grants for clients. Our team will lead you through all aspects of the grant application process quickly and efficiently.
Once you've received funding, we'll work with you to develop and implement the most effective strategies for reducing risk and improving wildfire resiliency in your community.