Mitigation & Resident Grants

Mitigation is Perry Park’s key method to reduce fire risk! The Metro District and individual resident efforts have in the past, and continue now, to make us one of the leading Firewise Communities in the country.

Each year the Metro District implements mitigation efforts to our surrounding areas using both procured grants as well as District funds. The overall plan provides for a major slash removal effort every 10 to 15 years along with annual maintenance to keep growth in check.

To help encourage Perry Park residents to better prepare their property and community for a wildfire event, the Perry Park Metropolitan District has made funding available to all Perry Park Metro District residents and property owners through a residential mitigation grant program.

2017 Residential Mitigation Grant Program:

This program has a total of $25,000 in funding made available to the FIRST 50 successful applicants and will help defray resident mitigation costs billed by third party contractors (see specifics in the PPMD Residential Mitigation Grant Program Details document linked in Qualification section below).

Why Should I Mitigate?

  • To better protect the life safety of our community residents and firefighters, as well as protect your property, your neighbor’s property, and our community during a wild fire.
  • To protect our Perry Park lifestyle beyond a wildfire event and to elevate wildfire mitigation efforts to a community scale. increasing the effectiveness for all residents.
  • To enhance the ability for all to obtain reasonably priced home owners insurance.
  • It’s not a matter of “IF” but “WHEN“!

How Do I Know If I Qualify ?

  • Download and read the complete Mitigation Grant Program details document linked below:

PPMD Residential Mitigation Grant Program Details

  • Ensure you mitigation project meets the documented program qualifications and is to be completed in this calendar year.

How Do I Apply?

  • You must apply by May 1st, 2017
  • Complete and submit your application online here:

2017 Resident Grant Online Application (This option is temporarily unavailable).

  • OR – (if you do NOT submit online) Download, fill out, and submit the Resident Grant application linked below in accordance with the instructions outlined in the Grant Program document and/or as stated below:

2017 Residential Grant PDF Application

All printed applications should be mailed to the Perry Park Metro District:

Perry Park Metro District
P.O. Box 183
Larkspur, Co 8018

Alternately you my electronically fill in the PDF form, save (or print and scan your form), and email to “” with subject “Grant Application”.

Any program related questions should be addressed to Keith Worley, PPMD Project Forester, at 303-681-2492