Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging & CNG Fuel Stations

City Hall Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations

The City offers two (2) EV charging stations for the general public's use while visiting or conducting business at the Civic Center: 401 East Chapman Avenue, Placentia, CA 90870. There is a two-hour time restriction and no cost to the public to use these dedicated EV charging stations.  The purchase and installation of the EV chargers was funded in part by grants from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee’s (MSRC) Clean Transportation Funding program. MSRC has co-funded over 117 alternative fueling stations throughout Southern California helping to remove as much as 8,000 tons of air pollution from the skies. 

For more information about Placentia's Fleet Maintenance Division, contact the Public Works Department at (714) 993-8131 or via our online service request system or download the iPlacentia app.

CNG for Cleaner Air

The Natural Gas Vehicle Station, operated by Trillium, offers compressed natural gas (CNG), a naturally occurring gas that consists primarily of methane. Derived from gas wells or as a by-product of crude oil production, CNG produces far fewer pollutants than comparable gasoline or diesel versions. It also produces less carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses.

The Trillium Natural Gas Vehicle Station is located at 2999 East La Jolla Street, AnaheMap to gas station Opens in new windowim, CA 92806, southwest of North Kramer Boulevard. From State Highway 57, exit at Orangethorpe Avenue and go east. Turn right on Melrose Street, then left on La Jolla Street. The station is on the left-hand side of the road and is located in the Placentia's Corporation Yard. Look for the blue CNG signs.

The station is open 24 hours a day and accepts all major credit cards. For more information, please visit Trillium CNG's website.