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September 2014 Grants were given out in Oklahoma.  This list will take you to various applications to apply for a storm shelter.  Good luck!

Below is a list of Storm Shelter Rebate Programs, there may be more and we will update our information as it becomes available.

STATE-WIDE STORM SHELTER REBATES
SoonerSafe Rebates – this is Oklahoma’s state-wide, annual, safe room and storm shelter rebate program. This program will cover 75%, up to $2000, of a qualified safe room or storm shelter.

INDIAN NATION STORM SHELTER REBATES
Chickasaw Nation Storm Shelter Program – this is only available for members of the Chickasaw Nation, you are eligible to apply for a storm shelter. If approved you will be placed on their storm shelter waiting list.

COUNTY-SPECIFIC STORM SHELTER REBATES
Pittsburg County – this is similar to the SoonerSafe rebate program. This rebate program will cover 75%, up to $2000, of a qualified safe room or storm shelter purchase.

Delaware County – this is similar to the SoonerSafe rebate program. This rebate program will cover 75%, up to $2000, of a qualified safe room or storm shelter purchase. The shelter purchase must be for your primary residence and you have 6 months to have the shelter installed.

Sequoyah County –  This particular grant program will reimburse up to $2,000 for each approved applicant to have a storm shelter or safe room built on their property.  To find out more information, contact Sequoyah County’s Department of Emergency and ask for more information.

Okfuskee County – we will update when details become available

Wagoner County – we will update when details become available

CITY STORM SHELTER REBATES

Oklahoma City – Red Cross and Oklahoma City now offers rebates for storm shelters.  The 2014 program allowed homeowners in Oklahoma City a chance to receive up to a $2,500 rebate on the purchase of a new underground storm shelter or safe room.

Oklahoma City – this rebate program will cover 75%, up to $2000, of a qualified safe room or storm shelter purchase.  Please contact Oklahoma City’s Emergency Management for more information at (405) 605-8200.

Norman – this rebate program will cover 75%, up to $2500, of a qualified safe room or storm shelter purchase, but this program has already expired.

Courtesy of RealOK-Real Property Realty, LLC in Edmond, Oklahoma

http://www.therealok.com