This program provides an incentive voucher to replace a pre-1988 or homemade non-EPA certified wood-burning stove or fireplace that is used as a primary source of heat with either an EPA-certified woodstove or insert, or a natural gas, propane, or electric heating device. Mobile homes, second homes, and rentals are also eligible. Within the 4 weeks, the applicant must simply select a replacement device from a participating retailer and use the voucher toward the price.
Example Eligible IAQ Activities:
Heat source replacement
$3,500 vouchers for Low-income resident as deemed eligible by this map.
$1,000 vouchers for all other residents.
Funding for this program is limited. New funding may become available in early 2020
The Glenn County Air Pollution Control District was established in 1971 by the State Legislature which provided local air districts with the primary responsibility for the control of non-vehicular sources of air pollution.
Glenn County lies within the Northern Sacramento Valley Air Basin along the I-5 corridor with Willows as its County seat and is proud of its agricultural heritage.