Learn more about grant funding offered to residents to improve air quality in the region.

Air District Programs

  • Clean Cars for All: Low-income families can scrap an old vehicle and get a grant to reduce the cost of an electric vehicle, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or a Clipper Card.
  • Community Health Protection Grant Program: Community groups, neighborhood associations, and other community-based local non-profits based in AB 617 Year 2-5 communities can apply for community readiness grants.
  • Community Grants Program: Non-profit organizations and school communities can apply for grants to fund local projects that decrease air pollution while increasing community awareness of and engagement in air quality issues
  • Lawn Mower Exchange ProgramComing soon. Get paid to exchange your working gas-powered lawn mower for a new electric mower.
  • Vehicle Buy Back Program: Get paid to turn in your working older car or small truck for scrapping.
  • Wood Smoke Reduction Incentive Program: Get a rebate for decommissioning or replacing your fireplace or wood stove with qualified cleaner heating options.

Marin County Wood Stove Replacement Program

Residents of Marin County can receive up to $1,500 for the removal and replacement of non-certified wood burning appliances.

Other Opportunities

  • Clean Vehicle Rebate Project: This program, administered by the Center for Sustainable Energy, offers up to $5,000 in rebates for the purchase or lease of new, eligible zero-emission and plug-in hybrid light-duty vehicles.
  • Bay Area Bike Share: Learn about Bay Area Bike Share, the nation's first unified regional bicycle sharing program.

Grants Programs Information Request Line, Strategic Incentives


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Last Updated: 8/20/2014