The Clean Air Centers Pilot Program was established by Assembly Bill 836, which provided funding to create Wildfire Smoke Clean Air Centers for Vulnerable Populations and establish a network of publicly accessible facilities with high-efficiency air filtration systems for valley residents who may not otherwise have access to clean air during wildfire events.
For further background information on AB 836, please click here: Wildfire Smoke Clean Air Center Grant.
The District hosted a public workshop to present, discuss, and receive community feedback on the Clean Air Centers Pilot Program. Attendance at this workshop is NOT a requirement for submitting an application.
For additional information, please contact program staff by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (559) 230-5800 (subject line must indicate Clean Air Centers and your name).
A complete listing of eligibility requirements can be found in the program guidelines.
Facilities must be located in or serve a community that meets the following three (3) criteria:
All projects must be located within the boundaries of the District
The District will identify qualified applicants based upon the scoring criteria established by this program. Selected applicants will be funded based on the following maximum percentage of eligible costs.
|Type of Equipment
|Portable Air Cleaners & Replacement Filters*
|Up to 100%