Forest Service News Release
Yreka, Calif., February 23, 2023—U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement on the Klamath National Forest has submitted a grant application with the California State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division. The proposal seeks $28,800 to help ensure off-highway vehicle (OHV) user safety, education, and regulatory compliance.
Beginning March 7, 2023, the grant application will be available for public review at the Klamath National Forest Supervisor’s Office and online at http://ohv.parks.ca.gov. To find the grant application, look under the “Grants Tab” at the top of the page and then “On-line Grants Application (OLGA), then click “Review Preliminary Application” on the left and search for “USFS – Klamath NF – Patrol District” under Agency. The project title is “Law Enforcement.” Public comments are encouraged.
Law Enforcement on the Klamath National Forest has received California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation grants in the past, which help pay for personnel, supplies, and equipment to educate users and enforce federal and state OHV regulations.
The public review and comment period will be open from March 7, 2023, through May 1, 2023. Written comments can be mailed to Klamath National Forest, 1711 South Main Street, Yreka, CA 96097, attention: Law Enforcement OHV Grant or e-mailed to [email protected] with subject line “Law Enforcement OHV Grant.” Written comments must be postmarked or e-mailed by May 1, 2023, to receive consideration.
For additional information about the grant application or to provide verbal comments, contact Mitchell Shelton, Law Enforcement Patrol Captain, or Catherine Schott, Forest Service Law Enforcement Program Support, at (530) 841-4579.