The Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District is now offering a new incentive program to residents that live within the District to replace their old, non-EPA certified wood stove, fireplace insert, or open-hearth fireplace with a newer, cleaner burning device, such as an EPA certified woodstove/insert or a natural gas, propane, or electric heating device. Applicants must have an old, non-EPA certified wood stove, fireplace insert, or open hearth fireplace that is used as the primary source of heat in the home. This program is open to homeowners and renters.
Example Eligible IAQ Activities:
Heat source replacement
$3,500 voucher for low-income residents who are in a low-income assistance program or make a total household income of less than $49,454.
Non-low-income residents are eligible for a $1000 voucher.
The Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District is a special district whose mission is to protect human health and property from the harmful effects of air pollution.
The District was established in 1971 by a joint powers agreement between the Yolo and Solano County Boards of Supervisors. The District is governed by a 14-member Board of Directors composed of local elected representatives.
The District has jurisdiction over all of Yolo County and the northeast portion of Solano County, including Vacaville, Dixon and Rio Vista. The District includes approximately 1,500 square miles and a population of approximately 354,000 people.