Fire Grant Data

The FEMA fire truck grants aim to enhance the safety of the public and fire-fighters during fire related hazards. The grants can help with financial assistance, improving equipment or even provide funding to hire new staff.

Our fire grant data shows a wide range of grants already given from 2008-2016, across the United States. Our database provides the names of the fire departments and both FAMA and FEMSA members who have received grants. The fire grant data shows the wide variety of grant opportunities available, by viewing the breakdown you can see what projects each organization used the grant money for.

You can search our fire grant database below by choosing the state and year of the data you would like to see.

   

DI Name
HI-1Colleen Hanabusa (Democrat)
HI-2Tulsi Gabbard (Democrat)

Hawaii

Grant Data for Hawaii - 2016
AFG Grants Given: 1
SAFER Grants Given: 0
FP Grants Given: 0
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Total Number of Grants Given: 1

Total Amount of Grants Given: $ 20,762.00

Active Career Fire Fighters: 2446
Active PPC Fire Fighters: 0
Active Volunteer Fire Fighters: 386
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Total Fire Fighters: 2832
Fire Departments: 89
FAMA members in Hawaii
Member NameLocated in
FEMSA members in Hawaii
Member NameLocated in
Fire Departments in Hawaii
Department Name Headquarters Type Total firefighters
Comnavmrianas Security/FireFPO APFederal Government - Executive Branch Agency80
Honolulu International Airport Aircraft Rescue Fire FightingHawaiiTransportation Authority or Airport F.D.51
Hickam Fire DepartmentHickamFederal Government - DOD65
State of Hawaii ARFF Station HiloHiloLocal48
Hawaii County Fire DepartmentHiloLocal683
Honolulu Fire DepartmentHonoluluLocal1300
Co. of Maui Department of Fire Control Engine #10KahuluiLocal241
Lihue Airport Fire RescueLihueState Government23
Kauai Fire DepartmentLihueLocal126
Federal Fire Department HawaiiPearl HarborFederal Government - DOD208
Waikoloa Volunteer Fire DepartmentWaikoloaLocal7