Funding Available for Projects That Reduce Air Pollution in Placer County
The Placer County Air Pollution Control District (District) is seeking applications for its Community Air Protection (CAP) Incentives Program for projects that reduce localized air pollution in disproportionally impacted communities within Placer County. The District has extended the application deadline from November 20 to December 11, 2020, 5 pm. Only, businesses, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply.
The CAP Incentives Program provides grant funding to projects that achieve emission reductions of smog forming pollutants, in excess to those required by regulation. Projects eligible to be considered for funding include:
For CAP funding, priority is given to projects that reduce emissions in impacted communities in Roseville, Rocklin, Lincoln, Auburn and Kings Beach. Examples of CAP projects funded to date include school bus replacements in the Roseville City and Western Placer Unified School Districts and co-funding towards the purchase of a new Amtrak Capitol Corridor Locomotive servicing commuters and alleviating traffic in Roseville, Rocklin and Auburn.
Project applications received will be reviewed on a competitive basis and must meet funding eligibility criteria. The District will be accepting applications through December 11, 2020, 5 PM. Applications must be original versions and submitted by mail or hand delivered to the District office at 110 Maple Street, Auburn. Postmarks, faxes and emails will not be considered, and applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
The District office is temporarily closed to the public. To obtain additional information or schedule an appointment to deliver an application, contact Molly Johnson at (530) 745-2326 or email@example.com. Details about the application categories, requirements and forms are available on the District’s website at, https://www.placerair.org/6327/CAP-Incentives-Program.
View the Community Air Protection Incentives Program Flyer