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Emergency Training Center Capital Grants

This program provides funding for emergency service training providers.

Eligible recipients include:

    • Emergency services training centers
    • Community colleges
    • County-owned facilities
    • Municipal or fire department-owned facilities
    • Nonprofit, countywide associations

Eligible expense categories:

    • Establish/modernize facilities that house:
        1. Firefighting equipment
        2. Ambulances
        3. Rescue vehicles
      • Acquire/renovate structures to house firefighting equipment, ambulances, or rescue vehicles, or construct/modernize facilities.
      • Repair/purchase firefighting, ambulance, or rescue equipment to provide proper and adequate training.

What You Need to Apply

1. A Keystone ID: If you don't yet have one, set up a username and password with the Keystone Login Portal.

2. An active Commonwealth Vendor Number: Your organization needs this so we can process your future grant contract and payments. 

3. Direct Deposit: Existing commonwealth vendors can sign up for direct deposit and add/change bank account information via the Direct Deposit Form.

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Applications are closed for 2023. When applications are open, you can apply online.


Pennsylvania Act 104 of 2022 was signed into law on Nov. 3, 2022. It establishes the intent to provide a source of capital funding for emergency service training providers.