Wood Smoke Reduction Incentive Program

The Wood Smoke Reduction Incentive Program was developed to improve local air quality by reducing wintertime particulate matter pollution. The program has provided grant funding to help lower the cost of replacing a wood-burning heating device with cleaner options.

The Wood Smoke Reduction Incentive Program is currently closed and not accepting new applications.

If you would like to be informed about future woodsmoke reduction incentive programs, sign up to receive program update notification.

If you have an active project and would like to submit a reimbursement request, log in to your account and select "2017–2019 Program."

Reimbursement Requests 

Wood-Burning Regulation

Follow these links for more information on the Air District's wood-burning regulation, and instructions on how to comply.

You may also file a wood smoke complaint online.

Program Documents and Information

Contact Us

Wood Smoke Reduction Incentive Program Information Request Line, Strategic Incentives

415.749.5195

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Wood Burning Status
Wood Burning Status
  • Thursday,
    12/12

    No Spare the Air Alert in Effect

Last Updated: 11/25/2019