OHV GRANT APPLICATION: Southern California Mountains Foundation Seeks Public Input

Public input is being sought by the Southern California Mountains Foundation for its upcoming State of California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division (OHMVRD) grants. Two public meetings have been scheduled. (Contributed Photo)

By Michael P. Neufeld

San Bernardino, CA – The Southern California Mountains Foundation is seeking public input for its upcoming State of California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division (OHMVRD) grants scheduled for submission on Monday, March 6.

SCMF OHV LogoCalifornia state regulations require public input prior to the preliminary application deadline in this fund allocation process. These grants support Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) education and safety on the San Bernardino National Forest and restoration activities.


Public meetings — to collect suggestions for grants that will improve our safety and education program and restoration projects — will be held on the following dates and locations:


FS OHV GrantsSan Bernardino National Forest Supervisor’s Office – 602 South Tippecanoe Avenue – San Bernardino – 6 to 8 p.m.


Sizzler – 1461 Rimpau Avenue – Corona – 7 to 9 p.m.


Persons unable to attend the meetings, the Southern California Mountains Foundation would still like to receive input to the OHV application.

The preference for receiving comments is by E-mail. Please send comments to: lstamer@mountainsfoundation.org by February 16, with the words “OHV Grant Comments” in the subject line.

Contributors unable to send comments electronically, should send them to the following address:
OHV Grant Comments – ATTN: Linda Stamer – Big Bear Discovery Center – Post Office Box 69 -Fawnskin, CA 92333-0069


CA OHV LogoThe State of California Department of Parks and Recreation, the San Bernardino National Forest, and the Southern California Mountains Foundation have maintained a successful partnership for more than 10 years.

During that time, Foundation funding has been awarded to produce quality safety and education programs and to complete several successful restoration projects.


If you have additional questions about the OHV Grants, contact Linda Stamer at (909) 382-2738 or by E-mail at: lstamer@mountainsfoundation.org.