Federal Excess Property Available to Michigan Fire Departments
Suppressing rural and wildland fires requires specialized, and often costly, equipment. The DNR administers the Federal Excess Personal Property (FEPP) and the Department of Defense-Firefighter Property program (DOD-FFP) to make it possible for local fire departments to get the equipment they need for a fraction of what it would cost otherwise.
More than 400 fire departments throughout Michigan have benefitted from the excess federal property made available by the DNR. Over 800 pieces of equipment valued at more than $19 million have supplemented firefighting units statewide.
- Who is Eligible to Get Equipment
Find out about eligibility requirements and who can apply for fire equipment.
- How to Get Equipment
This is a step-by-step guide on how to register, apply for and receive FEPP and DOD-FFP equipment. Also find out what types of equipment are available.
- Summary and Rules for the Federal Excess Property Program FEPP
- Summary and Rules for the Department of Defense - Firefighter Property DoD-FFP