Applications for Fire Assessment Hardships Due May First
GAINESVILLE - Applications for the City of Gainesville Special Assessment for Fire Services Hardship Assistance Programs are still available.
The city offers two hardship programs, one for senior citizens age 65 and over and another for low-income citizens.
Applications for the Special Assessment for Fire Services Hardship Assistance Programs for the 2013-2014 fiscal year are due by May 1, 2013.
Approved applications are only good for one year; new applications must be submitted each year that the program is available.
Eligibility requirements and applications for Special Assessment for Fire Hardship Assistance Programs are available on the Gainesville Fire Rescue website at www.gfr.org.
Applications may also be picked up at Gainesville Fire Rescue Administration, which is located at 1025 NE 13th St. To have an application faxed, mailed or emailed, or for more information, please contact Gainesville Fire Rescue at 352-334-5088.
Additionally, applications for the City of Gainesville Special Assessment for Fire Services 2013 Fire Flow Mitigation Credit Program are still available. Gainesville offers a Fire Flow Mitigation Credit to eligible city property owners whose buildings are subject to the city fire services special assessment.
Eligibility requirements and applications for 2013 Special Assessment for Fire Services Fire Flow Mitigation Credits are available on the Gainesville Fire Rescue website at www.gfr.org. Return completed applications by mail to: Gainesville Fire Rescue, 1025 NE 13th Street, Gainesville, FL 32601, Attn: "Sprinkler Credit" or by fax to: 352-334-2529. To have an application faxed, mailed or emailed, or for more information, please contact Gainesville Fire Rescue at 352-334-5088.
Applicants will not receive individual replies unless there is a question about the application or invoice. A list of approved and rejected applications will be posted at www.gfr.org within 30 days of the application due date.
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