Recipients of the 2022 ATVBC Trail Maintenance and Development Grant Program Funding
Over $30,000 funding granted to clubs from ATVBC annual raffle and COHV funding.
2022 ATVBC grant applications received by February 15, 2022 have been reviewed by the ATVBC Board of Directors and the following clubs have been awarded funding for 2022 projects:
|CLUB||PROJECT||GRANT AMOUNT||TOTAL PROJECT VALUE|
|Sooke ATV Club||Promo gear, trailhead signage & trail maintenance equipment||$1500||$2,667|
|Mid-Island ATV Club||Mosaic Land License Agreement & user/access agreement fees||$1000||$1000|
|Sooke ATV Club||Mosaic Land License Agreement & user/access agreement fees||$1000||$1000|
|Grand Forks ATV Club||Franklin Heritage Trail – removal of dangerous trees on trails and upgrading the trail surface||$5000||$38,600|
|Wells Wheels ATV Club||Big valley creek crossing and trail maintenance||$4000||$10,645|
|Prince George ATV Club||Brushing 20kms of PG east trail to Wells||$4000||$10,147|
|Revelstoke ATV Club||Sprout Mountain Lookout trail work, pit toilet replacement and lookout building assessment.||$5000||$36,800|
|Slocan Lake ATV Club||Wragge Lake mixed use trail rehabilitation||$4000||$20,000|
|Kelowna ATV Club||2022 Chainsaw safety training||$3324||$10,266|
|Thompson Valley ORV Club||Rim Trail signage replacement and vandalism monitoring||$3000||$11,220|
This program would not be possible without the support of our funders through our COHV partnership and the funds raised through the annual ATVBC raffle.
1st round application deadline: Feb 15th*
For more information or to submit an application please contact [email protected]
*Grant intake deadline subject to change based on ORV Trial Fund intake.
The ATVBC Trail Development and Maintenance Grant program was created to help assist clubs and their hardworking volunteers on the important work they do around the province to create and maintain mixed use trails for the public.
Dedicated volunteers have created and maintain a BC wide network of trails, providing safe, environmentally sustainable experiences for motorized and non-motorized recreationalists.
Each year, ATVBC receives applications from ATVBC member clubs around the province outlining their various projects and asking for assistance. Our grant committee works diligently to review each application and find ways to provide support to each qualified submission.
In order to fund this important grant program, ATVBC hosts an annual raffle. Net raffle proceeds fund the ATVBC grant program and other important initiatives. The success of the raffle is so important to the clubs as the more we are able to raise, the more we are able to distribute to the clubs for further trail and maintenance work.
The ATVBC Trail Maintenance and Development Grant program has been structured to align with the intake schedule of the Provincial ORV Trail Fund to allow clubs to leverage ATVBC funding towards matching funds for ORV Trail Fund applications on larger trail projects, therefore first round applications are accepted until Feb 15* each year, to allow for award decisions in time to apply for ORV Trail Funding.
Applications received after February 15th* will, for the balance of the calendar year, be dealt with on an ad hoc basis subject to the discretion of the Board of Directors and availability of funds.