Diamond Pipeline LLC strives to be a good neighbor in the communities where we work and operate. To demonstrate our commitment, during project construction we offered $1 million in grants to first responders located in close proximity to the pipeline route. We are proud to announce we were able to donate $1 million among 130 responding agencies in 25 counties located in Arkansas and Oklahoma.

 

Ozark Police Department – Ozark, Ark.

Received $12,698.50 for a new radio repeater

"This grant has helped our department tremendously. We used the funds from the Diamond Pipeline grant program to purchase a repeater, which was attached to a tower near the department to improve communications and reduce dead spots, or zones where there is no radio service. Previously, when first responders from our department encountered a dead spot, we had to sit in our cars or use cell phones to make the appropriate calls in a situation, which at times would force us to move further from the situation. Now, we have improved service and are able to stay on scene while making time-sensitive calls."

Ozark Police Department Accepts a Grant from Plains All American Pipeline

Martin Township Volunteer Fire Department

Received $12,260 for fire suppression and public safety equipment

"With the money we received from the Diamond Pipeline grant program we were able to purchase new fire hoses and nozzles as well as the safety items needed for directing the flow of traffic. Typically, it would take our department between two and two and a half years to raise this much money, so we truly appreciate this grant and the impact it has had so far on our community."

Martin Township Volunteer Fire Department Accepts a Grant from Plains All American Pipeline

White Bluff-Rye Hill Volunteer Fire Department

Received $10,750 for new personal protective coats and pants
"The personal protective gear for our firefighters had exceeded the 10 year National Fire Protection Association life expectancy and replacement guidelines, so we were in need of a grant to assist our department in replacing this worn out firefighting gear. This grant from the Diamond Pipeline allowed us to purchase ten new sets of personal protective gear for our firefighters and has improved our ability to respond safely and keep our volunteers’ health and protection a top priority.  With our trustworthy new gear, our firefighters can now feel confident that they have the personal protective equipment they need when fighting fires and on other emergency scenes."

 

White Bluff-Rye Hill Volunteer Fire Department accepts a grant from Plains All American Pipeline