The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) helps income-eligible households pay their energy bill or heating fuel provider. Eligible homeowners or renters may qualify to have a specific payment amount credited to their electric utility account or receive financial assistance in obtaining firewood, propane, pellets, or heating oil. In addition to the credit on their utility bill, eligible households will receive valuable information about energy conservation and practical tips on how to save money on energy costs.
Priority is given to the elderly, disabled, and families with children under age 5. Eligible El Dorado and Alpine County residents may apply for this program.
2021 HEAP Program: LIMITED FUNDS AVAILABLE2021 HEAP ARPA Program: OPEN2022 HEAP Program: OPEN2022 SLIHEAP Program: OPEN2023 HEAP Program: CLOSED-Opening in December 2022LIHWAP Program: OPEN
-- Applications for HEAP are accepted by APPOINTMENT ONLY. To make an appointment, please call 530-621-6150. Tahoe Basin Residents, applications are accepted on a walk-in basis on Tuesdays from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. For more information, please call (530) 621-6150.
-- Applicants must meet MINIMUM POINT THRESHOLD eligibility under the El Dorado County Health and Human Services Priority Plan. Applicants must provide proof and documentation of any of the following in the home: Child under 5 years, Disabled or Senior over 60 years or older.
-- You must provide copies of all required documents. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Required Document List.
-- If you are applying for Wood, Propane, Oil, or Pellets, you must use one of our authorized vendors from our WPO Vendor List.
-- For information on PG&E and their response to the COVID-19 virus. Click here.
HEAP Application: Electricity/WPO Application Aplicacion HEAP/Espanol: Aplicacion HEAP/EspanolWeatherization Application: Weatherization Application
Certification of Income and Expense Form -Zero IncomeSelf-Employment WorksheetClient Education Confirmation of ReceiptStatement of Citizenship FormAccount Holder Authorization and Consent Form
Placerville Senior Center - 937 Spring Street, Placerville (530) 621-6150
South Lake Tahoe Office - 1360 Johnson Blvd., Suite 103, South Lake Tahoe (530) 621-6150 *Office Hours are Tuesdays from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. No appointment necessary, walk-ins are welcome.
Off-Site Intake Locations - Click here To better serve our households in rural communities, please visit us at one of our Off-Site locations. No appointment necessary at Off-Site locations. Households are seen on a first-come, first serve basis. During inclement weather, please call the HEAP office before going to location.
The Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) helps income-eligible households pay their past due water and wastewater bills. For more information, please call 530-621-6150.LIHWAP applications are accepted on a walk-in basis on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. SLT Residents, please call (530) 621-6150 for application drop off options.For more information, call (530) 621-6150. **LIHWAP is not able to assist households on a well.
LIHWAP Application LIHWAP FlyerLandlord Agreement Form This form is required to be filled out by your landlord if your water is included in your rent Certification of Income and Expense Form -Zero Income
Energy Assistance Programs Brochure or call (530) 621-6150.
Email us at HEAP@edcgov.us
Related Links:Weatherization Program