$6,935,389 Fire Grants Awarded in Round 2 FY2015 Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response (SAFER) Grants

Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) GrantsThe Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has announced 13 Round 2 awards for the FY2015 Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response (SAFER). The previous award round, Round 1, was announced July 15, 2016. Fire Service organizations receiving hiring fire grant awards totaling $6,935,389 include:

  • $312,726, Hiring, University Park Fire Department, University Park, IL
  • $322,998, Hiring, Riverdale Fire Department, Riverdale, IL
  • $353,052, Hiring, Homewood Fire Department, Homewood, AL
  • $381,924, Hiring, Andover Fire and Rescue, Andover, KS
  • $464,316, Hiring, Hampton County, Hampton, SC
  • $476,283, Hiring, Newark, Newark, OH
  • $493,080, Hiring, Johnson City Fire Department, Johnson City, TN
  • $541,818, Hiring, Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue VI-801, The Dalles, OR
  • $616,356, Hiring, Monterey Fire Department, Monterey, CA
  • $653,728, Hiring, Fishers Fire District, Fishers, NY
  • $664,760, Hiring, Randolph Fire Department, Randolph, MA
  • $713,208, Hiring, Hutto Fire Rescue/Williamson County ESD #3, Hutto, TX
  • $941,140, Hiring, Kent Fire Department, Kent, WA

Further award rounds will be announced on Fridays until SAFER has made all awards under the current year. Due to continued application scoring or other circumstances, some weeks may not have an award round. See all FY2015 SAFER fire grant awards