Town Announces New Woodstove Rebate Program
Beginning August 1, 2016, rebates will be available for the removal of non-compliant solid fuel burning devices, including woodstoves and fireplace inserts.
The Truckee Town Council reinstated the Non-Certified Woodstove Rebate Program on July 12, 2016. The Council had previously allocated $64,000 as part of the Fiscal Year 16/17 budget cycle from the Town’s air quality mitigation fund for reinstatement of the program, which initially ended in June 2008.
The available rebates will be $600 for replacement of a non-compliant solid fuel burning device with a Phase II EPA Certified woodstove or pellet stove, or $1,000 for replacement of a non-compliant solid fuel burning device with a gas insert, free-standing gas stove or zero clearance gas fireplace, for a maximum of $1,600 per residential unit. The rebate program for the removal of non-compliant solid fuel burning appliances is available on a first-come, first-served basis and will expire once the designated air quality mitigation funds have been exhausted.
For information on the Woodstove Removal Rebate Program, please visit the Air Quality page or use the links below:
Application forms and additional information are available on the Air Quality page by clicking here.
For more information on the rebate program, please contact the Planning Division at (530) 582-7820, extension 2. For information on applying for a building permit, please contact the Building Division at (530) 582-7821 or email@example.com.