HERO PACE financing program expands to 40 new cities in California

Written By: Stratton Report
August 31, 2016

Hero Program

On August 31, the HERO PACE program announced it was expanding to 40 additional municipalities across California,

The HERO Program launched in the cities of Amador, Avenal, Bishop, Campbell, Chico, Colma, Corcoran, Corning, Cotati,  Dinuba, Dunsmuir, Exeter, Farmersville, Ferndale, Fortuna,  Gonzales, Grover Beach, Ione,  Isleton, Jackson,  Lathrop,  Lindsay, Live Oak, Mendota, Moorpark, Moraga, Morro Bay, Mount Shasta, Orange Cove, Orland, Oroville, Paso Robles,  Piedmont, Plymouth,  San City, San Joaquin, San Juan Bautista, Ukiah, Wheatland, and the unincorporated areas of Mariposa County. Residents of these municipalities may now submit applications for HERO financing.

Blair McNeill, Vice President of Community Development for Renovate America, the company that administers the HERO Program, noted:

“The HERO Program partners with the public sector to support a program with strong consumer protections and local economic and environmental impact—at no cost to taxpayers. The program has been proven to create jobs while helping communities reach their emissions and water use reduction targets.”