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Physical Address
22 South State Street
2nd Floor
Clearfield, Utah 84015

Mailing Address
Davis County Health Department
Environmental Health Services Division
P.O. Box 618
Farmington, Utah 84025

Phone Numbers
(801) 525-5100 :: Main
(801) 525-5119 :: Fax

Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (except county holidays)

The Davis County Health Department is proud to announce a vehicle repair assistance program in partnership with the Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR).  UCAIR has generously provided matched funding to incentivize vehicle owners to repair vehicles that have failed an emissions inspection.   Vehicle owners may receive financial assistance up to a maximum of $1000 based upon their income level.  The funding will allow at least forty excessively polluting vehicles to be repaired through this program to ultimately improve the airshed of Davis County.


How do I apply for the DCVRAP?

To apply for assistance submit a completed DCVRAP Brochure to the Davis County Environmental Health Services Division.

How much assistance do I quality for?

The DCVRAP assistance amount is determined by your household size and income level as listed in the current federal poverty level guidelines.  If your household is at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, you will receive 100% assistance towards repairs with a maximum award of $1000.00.  If you are in the 201-250% of poverty level range, you will receive 75% assistance towards repairs with a maximum award of $750.00.  Lastly, if you are in the 251-300% of level range, you will receive 50% assistance towards repairs with a maximum award of $500.00. 

What kind of repairs can I receive assistance for?

Financial assistance for repairs through the DCVRAP will only apply to the cause of your vehicle's failure of an emissions test.  These repairs will usually be related to a failure of emissions control components, a check engine (M.I.L.) light being on, a failed catalytic converter, etc.  The program will typically pay for the diagnostic work conducted to determine the cause of the emissions test failure.

Can I receive financial assistance for parts and labor if I repair my own vehicle?

The short answer is no.  The vehicle must be diagnosed and repaired by a repair station that has been approved and partnered with the DCVRAP.  For a list of approved repair stations contact the Davis County Health Department.  

What if the repairs to my vehicle cost more than my awarded financial assistance amount?

The vehicle owner will be responsible to pay for any repair and diagnostic costs that exceed the amount of financial assistance provided.  Furthermore, those persons qualifying for financial assistance of 50% or 75% of the repair and diagnostic bill will be responsible to pay for the additional portion of the repair and diagnostic bill that is not covered through the DCVRAP.

For a list of approved certified repair station please contact the Davis County Environmental Health Services Division.

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