Electric Vehicles (EVs) powered with clean renewable energy represent a large opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation. They also keep money spent on fuel in the local economy, reduce pollution, and can save drivers money.
Public EV Charging Stations
City-Owned Charging Stations
Healdsburg is committed to improving EV infrastructure to support the adoption of electric vehicles. The City currently has 12 EV charging stations open to the public at City Hall, 401 Grove Street. The EV charger user costs are:
$.55 per hour between 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. on weekdays (Monday - Friday)
Free between 5 p.m. - 7 a.m. on weekdays (Monday - Friday)
Free on weekends (Saturday - Sunday)
All fees are handled via ChargePoint. ChargePoint also provides an up-to-date map with charger location and availability.
Other Charging Stations
Other charging stations are available throughout the City. Fees, public availability, and other restrictions will depend on the EV charger owner. Additional resources for finding charging stations include, but are not limited to: