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Awarded Grants

Fire Department

State Homeland Security Grant Program

2014 State Homeland Security Grant

Awarded: April 10, 2014
Total Awarded: $27,000
Swift Water Rescue & Dive Teams equipment: 2 outboard motors, 4 swift water dry suits, 6 swift water wet suits, and 4 DUI dry suits for dive rescue.

 

Department of Homeland Security Sustainment Grant for Heavy Rescue 6

This grant is funded by the Alabama Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and is designed to furnish money to sustain the equipment, certifications and training necessary for response to a Heavy Rescue or Disaster. The fire department has a heavy rescue team managed by the Alabama Mutual Aid System (AMAS) and responds to disasters when requested in conjunction with the Alabama Emergency Management Agency (AEMA).

After application by the team the sustainment grants are awarded annually through a funding committee that is chosen by the AMAS Executive Committee. Teams are awarded grants that are effective in August or September of each year and must be closed out by December 31st, the second year after it is awarded.

2010 Heavy Rescue Sustainment Grant

Awarded: September 13, 2010
Ends: December 31, 2012
Total Awarded: $22,720.00

Structural Collapse Technician Class
$775; Quantity of 6 for a total of $4,650

Technical Rescue Rope Technician
$295; Quantity of 8 for a total of $2,360

Technical Rescue Confined Space
$295; Quantity of 4 for a total of $1,180

Technical Rescue Trench
$295; Quantity of 8 for a total of $2,360

Hazardous Materials Technician
$295; Quantity of 4 for a total of $1,180

Lodging and Meals
$283; Quantity of 30 for a total of $8,490

USAR Boots
$325; Quantity of 5 for a total of $1,625

Flashlights
$60; Quantity of 10 for a total of $600

Helmets
$55; Quantity of 5 for a total of $275

 

2009 Heavy Rescue Sustainment Grant

Awarded: August 1, 2009
Ends: December 31, 2011
Total Awarded: $13,915.00

Structural Collapse Technician Class
$600; Quantity of 5 for a total of $3,000

Technical Rescue Rope Technician
$295; Quantity of 3 for a total of $885

Technical Rescue Confined Space
$295; Quantity of 3 for a total of $885

Technical Rescue Trench
$295; Quantity of 3 for a total of $885

Lodging and Meals
$278.57; Quantity of 14 for a total of $3,900

 

Department of Homeland Security Sustainment Grant for Swift Water Rescue 6

This grant is funded by the Alabama Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and is designed to furnish money to sustain the equipment, certifications and training necessary for response to a Swift Water Rescue or Flood. The fire department has a swift water rescue team managed by the Alabama Mutual Aid System (AMAS) and responds to disasters when requested in conjunction with the Alabama Emergency Management Agency (AEMA).

After application by the team the sustainment grants are awarded annually through a funding committee that is chosen by the AMAS Executive Committee. Teams are awarded grants that are effective on August or September of each year and must be closed out by December 31st, the second year after it is awarded.

2010 Swift Water Sustainment Grant

Awarded: September 13, 2010
Ends: December 31, 2012
Total Awarded: $1,200.00

Throw Bags
$35; Quantity of 6 for a total of $210

Rescue Knife
$35; Quantity of 10 for a total of $350

Spot Lights
$70; Quantity of 4 for a total of $280

Propeller
$60; Quantity of 2 for a total of $120

Safety Lanyard
$15; Quantity of 1 for a total of $15

Engine Flush Kit
$112.50; Quantity of 2 for a total of $225

 

2010 Department of Homeland Security Regional Grant

ALDHS-11-1251; $39,000 Prime Mover

 

2009 Swift Water Sustainment Grant

Awarded: August 1, 2009
Ends: December 31, 2011
Total Awarded: $4,360.00

Technical Rescue Rope Technician
$295; Quantity of 8 for a total of $2,360

Lodging and Meals
$283; Quantity of 8 for a total of $2,000

 

Parks & Recreation

2016 Grants

$4,900 Alabama State Council on the Arts and National Endowment for the Arts to benefit the Fountain City Arts Festival.

$1,400 Alabama State Council on the Arts and National Endowment for the Arts for Fountain City Arts Festival Coordinator.

2015 Grants

$1,500 Legislative tourism grant for the Fountain City Arts Festival.

$3,000 Legislative tourism grant for the Creekwalk Concert Series.

2014 Grants

$1,000 from the Prattville Service League to benefit the Fountain City Arts Festival.

2013 Grants

$1,000 from the Prattville Service League to benefit the Fountain City Arts Festival.

$2,000 from the Target Corporation to benefit the Fountain City Arts Festival.

$2,500 from the Alabama State Council on the Arts to benefit the Fountain City Arts Festival.

$2,500 from the Alabama State Council on the Arts to benefit the Fountain City Arts Festival Coordinator position.

2012 Grants

$100,000 from Coca-Cola "America is Your Park" Grant Contest.

$42,000 from ADEM for the recycled rubber surface on the Splash Pad Project.

$10,000 from the Autauga County Fair Association for the Splash Pad Project.*

$1,500 from the Autauga County Medical Society for benches at the Splash Pad. These were designated in honor of Dr. Kevin Coady.*

$400 anonymous donation for shade sails/umbrellas at the Splash Pad.*

* While this is not a grant, we wanted to disclose the donation.

 

Planning & Development

2015 Grants

Alabama Historical Commission - Capital Enhancements Grant Program
The McWilliams-Smith-Rice-Waite House
$10,000

2014 Grants

TAP
Handicapped Accessibility - Cooters Pond Park
$194,688

2013 Grants

CDBG - Planning
Martin Luther King Drive - Neighborhood Redevelopment
$39,200

TAP
Sidewalks - Prattville Elementary and Intermediate Schools
$184,000

2012 Grants

LWCF
Autauga Creek Park
$45,000

PDM
Candlestick Park MHP - Acquisition, Relocation & Demo
$500,000

2011 Grants

HMGP
Acquisition & Demolition - 479 Allenville, 1810 Briarwood, 1167 Cooper
$289,208

 

Police Department

2017 Grants (Effective 10/1/2016)

402 Selective Traffic Enforcement
17-SP-PT-002
$2,500

Hotspot Impaired Driving Enforcement
17-HD-M5-002
$2,500

2016 Grants

402 Selective Enforcement Grant
16-SP-PT-002
$8,825

Click It or Ticket Enforcement
16-H7-M2-002
$2,500

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement
16-HD-M5-006
$3,000

Southeast Alabama Regional Highway Safety Office Grants
Hotspot Impaired Driving
16-HD-M5-002
$5,500

2015 Grants

Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)
Bulletproof Vest Partners
$6,345.34

Highway Safety Grant
15-SP-PT-005
Belt/Speed/DUI Enforcement
$10,963

15-HS-M5-005
PM DUI Enforcement
$24,847

Addendum, January 15, 2015
Additional $10,000 awarded

15-HS-M2-005
Belt Enforcement
$2,840

15-HS-K8-005
DUI Enforcement
$3,263

Total Grant:  $41,913

2014 Grants

Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)
Bulletproof Vest Partners
$10,664.83

ADECA/LETS
SECT -402 STEP
14-SP-PT-005 Belt/Speed/DUI
$9,882

ADECA/LETS
Seatbelt Enf.
14-SP-PT-016 Seat Belt
$2,180

ADECA/LETS
DUI Enf.
14-HS-K8-005 DUI
$3,774

ADECA/LETS MAP-21
SECT405d
14-HS-M5 DUI
$42,728 (CFDA 20.616)

Homeland Security/EMA
2PER
$25,200 (CFDA 97-067)
Included: 1-6'x10' Portable Message Board
Assorted Traffic Equipment
4-CBRN Mask Systems

2013 Grants

DOJ/JAG
Forensics Lab Equipment - Vent hood, crime scope & photo stand
$7,810

ADECA/LETS
13-HS-K8-002
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
$3,117

ADECA/LETS
13-SP-PT-006
Seat Belt, Speed, DUI
$12,472

ADECA/LETS
13-HS-K2-003
Click It or Ticket
$2,000

BPV
Awarded 9/11/2013
Bullet Proof Vests
$8,726.01

2012 Grants

JAG
TLR-1 LED Lights
$7,825.00

ADECA/EUDL
Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws
$17,000

ADECA/LETS
12-SP-PT-006
Seat Belt, Speed, DUI
$6,600

Bulletproof Vest Grant through 8/2014
$12,397.80

2011 Grants

ADECA/LETS
11SPPT006
$5,800.00 Hot Spot Enforcement

ADECA/LETS
11HSK4007
$4,081.00 Click It or Ticket

ADECA/LETS
HSK8
$3,990.00 DUI Over the Limit/Under Arrest

DOJ/JAG
2011-DJ-BX-3289
$6,908.00 Personal Video/Audio Recorders

2010 Grants

ADECA/LETS
10SPPT003
$6,150.00 Hot Spot/Flex Enforcement

ADECA/LETS
10HSFR008
$11,600.00 Sustained Hot Spot

JAG 2010DJBX1548
$14,475.00
Disparate with ACSO (used our portion for 2 E-Citations for Motorcycles)

ACJIC
2009SDB90009
2 E-Citation/Move Systems

ADECA
7 E-Citation Systems

HS/EMA
10SHL
$3,123.85 ID Card Printer/Night Vision/Barricade Ends

ADECA
08DJ01026
$6,695.39 Two Motocycle E-Citation Systems

HS/EMA 099SHL
$6,490.00
Two Regional Crowd Control Trailers

2009 Grants

JAG 2009DJBX0727
$15,050.00
Disparate with ACSO (used our portion for Patrol Rifles)

JAG 2009SBB90719
$78,731.00
Disparate with ACSO (used our portion for 20 in-car video systems)

ADECA/LETS
07HSK4011
$4,300.00 Click It or Ticket

ADECA/LETS
07HSK8002
$2,900.00 DUI Over the Limit/Under Arrest

ADECA/LETS
09SPPT010
$6,840.00 Sustained Enforcement

HS/EMA
$37,100.00
Portable Camera System

COPS
2009CLWX0200
$400,000.00 Technology Grant - Mobile Data

Urban Management

2013 Grant

Replacement of trees in downtown Prattville.

Grant Amount - $6,430.00

Awarding Agency - Alabama Forestry Commission

 

Wastewater

2010 Grant

The project consist of replacement of the existing aeration equipment in One (1) Aeration Basin. This retrofit will include the installation of a fine bubble disk aeration system and Two (2) 25 HP Blowers with Variable Frequency Drives . The upgrade will result in a savings of electrical energy charges as well as provide a greater oxygen transfer, which will lead to a better quality effluent.

Grant Amount - $229,175.00

Awarding Agency - Alabama Department of Economic & Community Affairs (Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant)



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