A primary District function is to investigate and resolve complaints concerning air pollution that adversely impacts you and your community - including, but not limited to, air pollution that involves the release of excessive odor, smoke, engine exhaust, dust, or chemicals.
Dust Control Requirements
District Rule 228, Fugitive Dust, establishes standards to be met by activities generating fugitive dust.
Read the enforcement procedures for Air Pollution Control.
Facts & Advisories
Access advisories and fact sheets for air pollution control.
Gasoline Dispensing Facility - Vapor Recovery
Most of the Gasoline Dispensing Facilities (GDFs) are required to meet the vapor recovery and control requirements of District Rule 214, Transfer of Gasoline into Vehicle Fuel Tanks, as well as those applicable California Health and Safety Code Sections 41950-41964, the California Code of Regulations Sections 94010-94168, including the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Executive Orders.
Land Use & California Environmental Quality Act
The California Legislature enacted the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in 1970.
The Air Pollution Control District provides their rules and regulations online.