The Sac Metro Air District has over $3.4 million in mobile source incentive funding for clean off-road air quality projects in Sacramento County. This funding will be made available through the 2024 Community Air Quality Grant Solicitation.
The application period will start on March 4, 2024. Eligible projects include but are not limited to farm tractors, electric forklifts, electric utility terrain vehicles, and other innovative projects. Please note that the on-road and infrastructure categories are currently being updated and will open at a later date.
Priority will be given to projects located in Disadvantaged Communities (DACs), AB 1390 designated areas, projects that promote zero-emission technology (i.e., electric and hydrogen), and projects that provide swift emission reductions to the community.
Awarded applicants will enter into a funding agreement with the Sac Metro Air District. Funding of projects is contingent on program-specific requirements. If the award cannot be negotiated and executed promptly, staff may move funding to other projects. Most agreements have a term of 3-10 years with annual reporting requirements and penalties for non-compliance. Projects not selected for funding will remain on the pending list for future funding opportunities.
The list of proposed awards for the 2024 Off-Road Grant Solicitation will be shown in the table below. This table will be updated periodically as applications are submitted, reviewed, and selected. Please note that the table is subject to change. Staff reserves the right to modify the funding or scope of the awards as needed to meet program requirements and/or community benefits.
Awardees will be contacted by a Program Manager to complete the award process. If you have any comments or questions, please contact us at LEVIP@airquality.org.
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Additional information about the Air Quality Grant Solicitation can be accessed below.
Status of CAP Incentive Projects
Previous Solicitation & Awards