2021 Grant Program Applicants

This is a list of all of the applicants that applied by the grant application due date for fiscal year 2021. To read the applications, click on "download" in the far right column.

Project Name Applicant Grant Request Synopsis Download
Avalanche Education & Outreach Sierra Avalanche Center $ 86,150 Funding is awarded to continue avalanche safety monitoring on the center website, and produce an avalanche safety video for motorized snow recreation Download
Beaver Dam OHV Beaver Dam State Park $38,500 Beaver Dam State Park requests funding for an OHV to better access and maintain their OHV trails. Download
CCSO OHV Program Carson City Sheriff's Office $ 67,598 Carson City Sheriff Office requests funding for an OHV and trailer to kickstart the OHV program. Download
City of Las Vegas Safe Trails Initiative City of Las Vegas Department of Public Safety $ 136,107 Funding is requested for a new fleet of motorcycles to better enforce OHV regulations in Las Vegas. Download
Fallon OHV Maps City of Fallon $ 60,000 Funding is requested to support development of printed maps for OHV riding areas proximate to Fallon. Download
Hills Angels Big Meadows Project Hill Angels Four Wheel Drive Club $ 30,937 The Hills Angels club requests funding to support trail maintenance and cleanups at along the hunter lake road and the Big Meadows Campground. Download
HTNF Carson Bridgeport OHV US Forest Service $195, 698 An OHV purchase for Carson Ranger District, staff time, and a seasonal recreation crew to maintain OHV routes on both districts is requested. Download
Lovell Canyon Adopt-A-Trail Dunes and Trails ATV Club $ 4,895 The Dunes and Trail ATV Club seeks funding for equipment to support volunteer led cleanups at the location OHV riding area Lovell Canyon. Download
Mesquite OHV Safety Guide & Trail Map Mesquite Chamber of Commerce $ 9,128 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce requests funding to produce a brochure for sale, highlighting the OHV recreation opportunities in the area. Download
Mesquite PD Trail System Vehicle Mesquite Police Department $ 33,613 Mesquite Police Department requests funding to further develop their OHV program through marketing materials, and VIN inspections. funding is also requested to purchase an OHV for use in offroad emergency response. Download
Moon Rocks OHV Development & Maintenance Bureau of Land Management $ 200,000 Funding is requested to further develop the Hungry Valley Recreation area with a helicopter pad, bathrooms and managed camping areas. funding will support environmental assessments and infrastructure for Phase 1 development. Download
MotoMedX MotoMedX $21,096 Moto Med X will host emergency response services at organized OHV events state wide. funding is requested to support training courses and equipment for first responders at OHV events Download
Nye County OHV Education & Awareness Program Nye County Sheriff's Office $ 43,423 Nye County requests funding to support an OHV purchase, outreach and education for OHVs around the County and to support staff overtime Download
Offroad Experience at the Track OTMX Nevada & Reno OTHG MX $ 131, 400 Two clubs request funding to host events at a maintained motocross track. funding will be used for track preparation, safety flagging, and equipment operation. Registration outreach and education will be available, as well a discount for riders with an active OHV sticker. Download
OHV Map for Spring Mountains NRA Southern Nevada Conservancy $ 6,943 Southern Nevada Conservancy requests funding for printed trail map production to be resold in the Spring Mountain Recreation Area Visitor Center. Download
OHV Recreation Technicians Great Basin Institute $ 87,455 GBI will host Interagency recreation technicians responsible for supporting OHV recreation projects on public lands. funding will support two technicians responsible for trailhead signage and kiosk maintenance. Additional activities include opportunities for professional development, OHV education and Outreach, and workforce training Download
Outdoor Ethics, Education, Outreach & OHV Safety Training Nevada Outdoor School $ 39, 930 NOS Seeks funding to continue the Outdoor ethics training program, host ATV Safety Courses, and further develop a nevada specific OHV Safety and Outreach program to be hosted statewide Download
Peavine Maze Connectivity—Phase 1 Reno Area Dirt Riders $ 138,306 partial funding is requested to complete feasibility studies for new trail construction to support connectivity with larger singletrack trail systems on the Tahoe and Plumas National forests. Reno Area Dirt Riders propose to facilitate trail design and construction on these connector trails. Download
Pitchfork OHV Day Use Walker River State Recreation Area $ 143, 255 Funding is requested to support development of an OHV day use staging area with weed control measures Download
RAD Communities Project Reno Area Dirt Riders $ 15,180 Reno Area Dirt Riders will continue to complete cleanups on public lands. Funding is awarded to support purchase of a trailer to house trail building equipment, printed outreach materials, and club branded PPE for trail work days. Download
Riverside Road OHV Staging Area City of Mesquite $ 143,000 Funding is requested to develop a staging area with parking and restrooms in Mesquite. Download
Sand Mountain Equipment Bureau of Land Management CCDO $ 61,294 Funding is requested to purchase equipment that will better maintain OHV trails at Sand Mountain. Download
Sunbuggy Trash Patrol—Nellis Dunes Sun Buggy Fun Rentals Inc. $ 52,038 The rental organization requests funding to host cleanup activities at their local riding area, the Nellis Dunes Download
Tahoe Meadows Snowmobile Outreach, Monitoring, and Mapping Friends of Nevada Wilderness $ 16,371 Friends of NV Wilderness seek funding to better sign and educate snowmobile riders about legal OSV riding areas. Download
Trail Ambassador Program NOHVIS Group Inc. $ 184,300 A curriculum for safety and trail ambassadors is presented for purchase. Download
Tread Lightly! Ethics Education Tread Lightly! $ 2,200 Tread Lightly requests funding for printed outreach materials for display by the Forest Service on public lands materials. Download