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Grants available for hazardous wood roof replacement

Lake Valley Fire Protection District has announced that grants are available for homeowners who would like to replace hazardous wood roofs.

The Hazardous Wood Roof Replacement Grant program is designed to encourage homeowners with hazardous wood roofs to replace them with a full Class A Assembly, non-combustible, non-wood roof. Homes in the El Dorado County portion of Tahoe, including in Lake Valley, Meeks Bay, South Lake Tahoe and Fallen Leaf Fire Protection Districts are eligible for the grants. The program will provide participating homeowners with a 70 percent reimbursement up to $6,000 for the costs of replacing an eligible wood roof.

The grants were made available with the California Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

For more information, contact Lake Valley Fire District at 530-577-2447 or lakevalleyfire.org.


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