Commercial Lawn and Garden Program

The Commercial Lawn and Garden Electrification Program provides commercial landscaping applicants within Placer, Yolo, or Eastern Solano County with vouchers to reduce the cost of replacing existing gas- or diesel-powered lawn and garden equipment with battery-operated zero-emission lawn and garden equipment. 

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The Program is currently accepting applications. There is $243,700 in funding reserved. Applications are still being accepted and will be prioritized in the order that they are received if additional funds become available. Funding is provided through the Carl Moyer Program, and the program is administered by the Yolo-Solano County Air Quality Management District. 

The Program will provide vouchers to qualifying applicants for the purchase of cordless, zero-emission lawn and garden equipment from eligible dealers and manufacturers, which are listed below. The District is currently implementing this program for commercial lawn and garden equipment replacement projects only. 

Applicants must:

  • Operate within Placer, Yolo, or Eastern Solano County; 
  • Be a K-12 public school, public agency, or a nonprofit that conducts landscaping work on a commercial scale;
  • Have operational gas- or diesel-powered equipment to exchange for cordless, zero-emission lawn and garden equipment; and
  • Purchase eligible cordless, zero-emission lawn and garden equipment, batteries, and charging cords.

Voucher amounts:

Maximum Grant Amount
Chainsaws / Trimmers / Edgers / Brushcutters$700
Leaf Blowers / Vacuums$1,400
Walk Behind Lawn Mowers$1,500
Ride-on or Sit / Stand Mowers$15,000

A maximum of $40,000 is available per applicant. 

Program Documents:

Participating Merchants:

Purchases must be made from a participating merchant. A single merchant may not carry every type of eligible equipment, please refer to the merchant inventory. For more detailed information, please call the merchant or visit their website linked below:

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