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Oklahoma & FEMA Grant/Rebate Program to Commence October 1st

Posted by OKStormShelters on September 7th, 2011 in Rebates & Grants

I just got off the phone with Oklahoma Emergency Management and they’re working together with FEMA right now to iron out the details of the funding program. So far the details are below.

October 1st, 2011 – Applications will start being accepted.
January 1st, 2012 – Computer will randomly pick applications (lottery-style) that will receive the funding money from FEMA.

Safe rooms and storm shelters are eligible as long as they meet FEMA Guidelines and all of our safe rooms and storm shelters meet these guidelines.

Safe Room Pricing (includes installation)
Width Length Price Recommended Occupancy
4′ 4′ $2999 3-4
3′ 5′ $3299 4-5
4′ 6′ $3699 5-6
4′ 8′ $4199 7-8
6′ 6′ $4399 8-9
6′ 8′ $4499 11-12
Height 6’3″

Storm Shelter Pricing (includes installation)
Width Length Price
6′ 6′ $4299
6′ 8′ $4499
6′ 10′ $5199
6′ 12′ $5999
Height 6’3″
8′ 8′ $5899
8′ 10′ $6799
8′ 12′ $7799
8′ 14′ $8999
Height 6’8″

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13 Comments

  1. Where does one get the Fema Grant Application for the October 1st application process. I am interested in building a Safe Room on an existing home in Boley, OK.

    • Hey Colleen,

      As of right now they’re not available. I won’t know any more information until I get them on the phone again. I have a call scheduled for the last week of this month and will update you. If you haven’t already, I highly suggest you join our newsletter as I will be providing updates via the newsletter as soon as I get off the phone with them.

      If you’re not interested in joining our newsletter, be sure to check back with us via a comment here, or emailing us on our contact page and we’ll let you know what we find out.

  2. We started a saferoom but ran out of funds. My husband had a stroke and I have been very ill for a long time. Neither one of us can walk up stairs or down so a saferomm we thought was ideal. Please let me know when any news is available. Thank You Joy

    • If you haven’t done so already, please signup to our newsletter and we’ll be sure to keep you updated with the latest information.

      • Nevermind, I see that you already subscribed. Thanks for doing so. Expect an email sometime next week with the latest information.

  3. Wanting a storm shelter, it will house the ourselves, foster children, and immediate neighbors if we could afford one big enough. Would love to know more about the FEMA grant.

    • If you wanna know more about the FEMA program, I highly suggest you signup for our newsletter and I’ll send out an email once I know more, which will be sometime this week. If you’re not interested in that, just check our blog this weekend and I should have an updated post about the information the I receive.

  4. I am interested in the FEMA program about helping on the cost of a storm shelter.

  5. Torre says

    Now that the drawing has taken place, which only supplied rebates to < 3% of applicants, are there any other options to help aid in the cost of putting a storm shelter. Any general national funds that we can apply for?
    I know the city of Stillwater had a similar "rebate" available, but they only made residents living within the city limits eligible, which makes little sense considering those people have easier access to city shelters than those that live just outside the city. Have you heard anything on city rebates?

    • There are countless city and county storm shelter rebate programs. I haven’t been able to track down every single one at this time, but I suggest you contact your county’s department of emergency management and they’ll be able to provide you more information. Additionally, the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management knows about most local programs and you can try contacting them at (405) 521-2481.

      Luckily, they are putting on the SoonerSafe drawing every year so 500 applicants will be chosen every year.

  6. would like to find out more about fema grants in crag county.

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