Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District Awards a Total of $350,000 in Grants for Clifton Library Project and Plateau Valley Fire Protection District
GRAND JUNCTION, CO – The Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District (MCFMLD) has awarded a total of $350,000 for its fall 2022 grant cycle.
The Mesa County Public Library Districted was awarded a $286,184 traditional grant from the MCFMLD for the construction of the new Clifton Library Branch that will be located at the Clifton Community Campus at 3270 D ½ Road.
The Plateau Valley Fire Protection District was awarded a $63,816 traditional grant for two brush truck cabs and chassis for service in the Plateau Valley and Mesa County.
“The new Clifton Library Branch will have a significant positive community impact for years to come and will be a great benefit to Mesa County. The brush trucks for Plateau Valley Fire District will help provide continued protection to our area from fires, search and rescue, accidents and all the other emergency service calls that are responded to by the PVFPD,” said Dusti Reimer, grant administrator for the MCFMLD.
For more information on the MCFMLD, eligibility for grants and grant cycles, please visit our website at www.mesafml.org. You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date information regarding meetings and grant project progress.
Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District (MCFMLD) was established in 2011. The MCFMLD serves a mission to enhance positive social and economic impact in Mesa County from the development, processing and energy conversion of fuels and minerals leased under the Federal “Mineral Lands Leasing Act” through strategic grants, partnerships, investments and leadership. Since 2011, MCFMLD has awarded over $8.1 million to local entities in Mesa County. For more information, or to join in the conversation, please visit our website at www.mesaFML.org. Join us on social media, using hashtags #MesaFMLD or #MCFLMD, on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MCFMLD or twitter at www.twitter.com/MesaFMLD.