OHV Trail Grant Applications are Available for Review
The 2017-2018 OHV Trail Grant applications are posted below for public review. Comments can be emailed to email@example.com. For additional information on CPW's OHV Grant Program, please visit the OHV Program page.
The State Recreational Trails Committee and its grant review and ranking subcommittees will be meeting to review these grant applications in accordance with the schedule posted on this web page and at the locations specified. These meetings are open to the public and provide a platform for verbal comment on the applications.
OHV Competitive Trail Project Grants
- TMW Trail Maintenance & Restoration
- Carbon Trail Restoration, Phase II
- B.C. Rim Trail Project
- Mini Ex Dozer Crew
- OHV Trail Dozer Maintenance Program
- Supply & Equipment Grant
- San Carlos OHV
- Repairing and Improving PPRD Routes
- Wagon Wheel Trails Improvement
- Colorado OHV Workshop
- 2018 Routt Planning Grant
- Big Bend OHV Tracks
- Divide Light Trail Mtc GM
- 2018 RRMMC Trail Maintenance
- Dozer & Hammer Crew Ops
- Rockhammer Tracked Skidsteer
- Divide RD OHV Crew
- White River OHV Open Areas
- Schrader & West Bear Trail Project
- Wolf Creek Rainbow Trail Project
- Updating the Flat Tops OHV Fleet
- Sherman Creek Single-Track
- Travel Management Signage
- Responsible Recreation Campaign
- WRV Sheep Mountain NFST691 Reroute
- Alpine Ranger Vehicle
- Restroom Facilities Alpine Loop
- Royal Gorge OHV Crew
- YVOHVT Operations & Maintenance #2
- Tres Rios OHV Crew
- Dominguez-Escalante and McInnis Canyon Conservation Areas Trail Crew
- GJFO Equipment Ops
- Lake County OHV Park Phase 2
- 2 person OHV Train Maintenance Crew
- Dillon RD 2018 Maintenance/Patrol Crew
- Tenderfoot Mountain Trail System IV
- Rampart Trail Construction & Rehabilitation VI
- 2018 Routt Trail Equipment Ops.
- SPRD OHV Trail Crew
- Badger Flats Management Project
- Sheep Mountain Motorcycle Trails
- CCRD OHV Crew – 2018
- Italian Creek FS 759 Rehabilitation
- Gypsum Motocross Park Phase 1
Good Management Submissions
Good OHV Management Trail Crew Projects
Good Management trail crew projects will receive funding every year. There is no competitive process for obtaining this grant money. Successful OHV Good Management Program grant applicants must:
These grants are given first priority in funding through the OHV Grant Program because of their long standing attention to high-use OHV riding areas and their successful history of managing those areas.
Have a service area widely used for OHV riding.
Demonstrate over a consecutive period of three or more years their ability to fulfill the fiscal and field objectives as presented in their annual OHV grant proposals and achieve all aspects of a Good Management Program.
Take a holistic management approach that preserves riding opportunities while protecting sensitive resources within the areas they service.
Provide service including trail and support facility maintenance, as well as: reconstruction, monitoring, signing, trail and signage inventory, education, mapping, compliance checks, and, in the case of the Forest Service, law enforcement.
- Involve trail crews that use "best practices" to maintain and restore OHV riding areas.
Include at least two (but preferably three) full-time, seasonal crew members who must be deployed for at least five months during the summer and fall recreation seasons.
Past OHV Grants
2012-2013 OHV Program Grants
2011-2012 OHV Program Grants