published on May 25, 2016 - 10:16 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

The city councils of Mendota and San Joaquin in Fresno County have voted to make the HERO Property Assessed Clean Energy program available to local residents.


The HERO PACE program allows homeowners to make energy- and water-efficiency improvements by paying for them over time through their property tax bill.

Residents of Mendota and San Joaquin may begin submitting applications for the program this fall.

To date the program has financed $39.1 million in projects for 1,895 Fresno County homes, creating an estimated economic stimulus of $67.7 million.

With the addition of Mendota and San Joaquin, all Fresno County cities are part of the program. Orange Cove is also expected to launch PACE this fall.

For more information please visit www.HeroProgram.com.


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