Federal Tax Credit
Visit the Energy Star website for more information on available federal tax credits for consumer energy efficiency (expires December 31, 2010).
More information is available on the web concerning Solar Rating.
More information is available on the web concerning other incentives available in Colorado.
Home Heating - Wood Fires
EPA has established the Burn Wise campaign to reduce wood smoke pollution, helping to protect your home, health and the air we breathe, while keeping those who use wood for heat warm throughout the winter. Learn before you burn: Wood smoke is made up of a mixture of gases and fine particle pollution that isn’t healthy to breathe indoors or out – especially for children, older adults and those with heart disease, asthma or other lung diseases.
Home Air Quality
Help your home air quality. EPA's airPLUS label covers over 30 design and construction features to help you protect home indoor air quality.
Protect children from risks, get tips on reducing dust and allergens.
Use Google Earth to follow nation-wide changes in sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions from coal-fired power plants.
What You Can Do ...
Green Building Codes
What the City is Doing...
Radon Detectors Available
This page was updated
April 10, 2012
City of Longmont - Public Works & Natural Resources Departemtn
Environmental Services Division