• Documents & In-Kind Hours

  • Documents and forms are stored here for the convenience of Association members.

  • In Kind Hours - How to Submit

    Entering In Kind Hours Online:


    We know many of you have been working around your properties to remove brush, cut-down deadfall, and so many other wonderful projects.  We hope you've been keeping track of the hours you've worked and the equipment you've used.  Remember, every single person who works, no matter their age, can be counted, and anything that helps with fire mitigation (including spraying weeds and weed eating down grass/weeds) counts.  We NEED these hours in order to continue receiving grant funds that help with fire abatement, weed abatement, chippers, etc.
    IMPORTANT:  Weber Fire District has added a new program to help track property owners' mitigation work. Each property owner will be able to access the program as many times as needed to record their time. Weber Fire will be able to track how many property owners have started a time sheet and are participating in the program. Those property owners who do not participate will not have access to the chipper. 
    It is very important that every participant fill out a timesheet--as many times as necessary. 

    Here is the step-by-step procedure to report In-kind hours to Weber County.  Please be very diligent in reporting so we can be qualified for future grants and special projects as they become available from the State of Utah and Weber County.

    The County requires work on your lot to get their help for any grants available. Example - if you want them to help chip your pile you must enter work done or they can pass you by.

    Step 1:  Online go to https://forms.gle/pAS3r9pFmbVvayoj7

    Step 2:  Project Code - 17WF-WLP-003  (must use this code to get credit)

    Step 3:  Name -  Write your name in this section.

    Step 4:  Only write your lot number at Causey Estates in this section (this is how you will get credit for in-kind hours).

    Step 5:  Community or HOA -  Write Causey Estates in this section.

    Step 6:  Phone number - Write your cell or landline number you can be reached at in this section.

    Step 7:  Click on next and then click on mitigation.

    Step 8:  Describe work performed.  Whatever you have done to reduce the chance of a fire on your lot - example - remove 2 fallen trees.  Be brief.

    Step 9:  How many people involved.  Enter all who helped you and yourself - example - 3 helpers plus myself equals 4.

    Step 10:  Total hours of all people who helped.  Example - 4 people total worked 3 hours each.  Total 12 hours worked would be entered here.

    Step 11:  Click on Next and then Chainsaw daily use.  Example - 1 chainsaw used for this job so enter 1.

    Step 12:  How many mowers/brush mowers used.  Example for this job would be 0.

    Step 13:  Woodchipper daily use.  In this example - 0.  Only cut fallen trees for firewood.

    Step 14:  Heavy equipment used.  In this example - 0.  

    Step 15:  Click Submit.  That's it. Super quick and easy.  

     This only takes a couple minutes to complete. Please submit a new form for every job you work on. Please call Larry Sanders, Fire Committee Board Member, if you have any questions: 801-540-3234


    Thank you!