Lawn Care for Cleaner Air
One hour of mowing with a typical gas-powered lawnmower produces the same amount of air pollution as driving your car for 200 miles—enough to go from Louisville to Nashville. These emissions create pollution that is harmful to sensitive groups like children, elderly adults, and people with conditions like asthma.
The Lawn Care for Cleaner Air program encourages Louisville Metro residents to improve air quality by offering rebates when residents convert to lower-emitting equipment.
Learn more about the program in the 2022 LCCA Annual Report.
What do you need to request a rebate?
- Completed Rebate Request Form.
- The original lawn equipment purchase receipt (from in-store purchase or online retailer) to qualify for a Standard Rebate without trade-in. Photocopies will not be accepted.
- The original notarized green voucher from the recycling center (if you recycled a used gas appliance for new eligible equipment to qualify for a Bonus Rebate. (Photocopies are not accepted.)
- Proof of Metro Louisville / Jefferson County residency. (Photocopy of driver’s license or equivalent state ID.)
If you're a non-profit organization in Louisville/Jefferson County, you can apply to be awarded a new set of electric lawn equipment through our Lawn Care for Cleaner Air Community Equipment Grant Program. The most recent round of applications has closed and a recipient will be announced soon. The next round of applications should open in the spring.
Residential Equipment Rebates
(1/3 acre or less)
Professional Equipment Rebates
(1/3 acre or more)
Community Equipment Grant
If you have questions about the rebates or the equipment grant, please email us through this form or call us at (502) 574-6000.
The only thing more effective than replacing your equipment is replacing your lawn. If you're interested, check out our Grow More Mow Less program.
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