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The program allows residents to turn in their working gas-powered lawn mower and purchase a new cordless rechargeable electric mower at a discounted price.


The South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) is conducting a lawn mower exchange program for residents living within its 4-county jurisdiction. Anyone who lives in Orange County, most of Los Angeles County (excluding the Antelope Valley), Riverside County, and the non-desert portion of San Bernardino County can take part. This program allows residents to turn in their working gas-powered lawn mower and purchase a new cordless rechargeable electric mower at a discounted price. 

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Who Is Eligible for the Lawn Mower Exchange?

  • You must be a resident living within AQMD’s 4-county jurisdiction, which includes all of Orange County, most of Los Angeles County (excluding the Antelope Valley), almost all of Riverside County, and the non-desert portion of San Bernardino County. You will be asked to show proof of residency (driver’s license, utility bill, etc.) when you come to exchange your mower.
  • You must turn in a working gas mower.
  • You must be at least 18 years of age.
  • You must pre-register for one of the exchange events and have the reservation form showing your reservation number for that event.
  • At the exchange event, you must pay $100, $160 or $230 depending on the model you choose. (cash, check, or major credit cards accepted).
  • There is a limit of one mower per residence.

Pre-registration is required. For more information about the event go to: http://www.aqmd.gov/tao/lawnmower.html

Source: the South Coast Air Quality Management District.


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