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3-2-1 Go Green! Your Community, Home, & EV Program


3-2-1 Go Green!
Your Community, Home, & EV Program

The Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District proudly presents 3-2-1 Go Green!, an exciting new rebate and grant program to support the development and proliferation of a clean air, electric vehicle community in our District.  This program was authorized by the Board of Directors of the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District on August 16th, 2016. The District Board unanimously approved the Program and praised the District’s new program. Chairman Efren Carrillo stated: “This is in fact the District’s… most ambitious initiative towards incentivizing electric vehicles and electric vehicle deployment in the County.” 

3-2-1 Go Green! offers rebates on the purchase of electric vehicles (“EVs”) and installation of in-home chargers; in addition, the program offers mini grants that support installation of community EV charging stations throughout the District. These incentives are available only to residents and businesses within the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District. To find out if you’re a resident of the District, please check or call 707-433-5911.

Rebate and grant amounts are as follows. 

Eligible Vehicle:

Battery Electric
/Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Plug-In Hybrid

Charger Install*

Neighborhood Electric Vehicle /Electric Motorcycle

Maximum Rebate:





EV Charger Type:

Level 3
(DC Fast Charge)

Level 2
(AC 240V)

Level 1
(AC 120V)

Charger Installation

Maximum Grant:

$5,000 per charger

$2,000 per charger

$1,000 per charger

$3,000 per charger (no more than $15,000 per project)

Both rebates and grants involve an application process; please read the packets thoroughly and understand the rules and restrictions before applying. For more details and information call us at 707-433-5911 or visit

The transportation sector accounts for 40% of California’s greenhouse gas emissions.  The District is committed to being a regional leader in the reduction of air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, pursuant to County and regional plans, and wishes to dedicate a portion of its vehicle pollution mitigation grant funds to the 3-2-1 Go Green! Program on a recurring basis.   Increasing the electric vehicles on our roads and enhancing the area’s EV charging infrastructure positively impacts the air quality of our community.  The 3-2-1 Go Green! rebates may be combined with other EV rebates that may be available, such as the CVRP program offered by the California Air Resources Board.  

Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District, 150 Matheson St. Healdsburg, CA 95446 (707) 433-5911