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Each year the APCD submits an ambient air monitoring network plan to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The 30-day public review and comment period on the draft plan ends on June 26. DRAFT PLAN »
Bicycles are the ultimate clean air, zero emissions vehicle - practicle, economical, low-maintenance and non-polluting. Check out one of the many Bike Month events APCD is sponsoring this year!
Rule 1001, Coastal Dunes Dust Control Requirements is proposed for revision to remove the requirements to apply for and obtain a Permit to Operate. No other changes are proposed.
A summary of the APCD's proposed budget for FY 2015/16 is now available for public review. The request of $4,225,300 for FY 2015/16 represents a 9% decrease from the current fiscal year budget. MORE »
April 13 marks the beginning of Fire Season. Backyard burning has now been closed. Fore more information, visit our Burning Page.
The APCD participated in a survey that was designed to determine the level of public understanding on local air quality issues. This study will help the APCD better focus our efforts to enhance awareness of local air quality and engage the community in working to promote clean air. MORE »
This video shows the impressive work being done by the Air Districts of California. "Clean Air Legacy" was created by the California Air Pollution Control Officers' Association. More info is available at capcoa.org.
APCD is participating in a new pilot project led by the California State Department of Public Health and the SLO County Public Health Department that is focused on the connection between climate protection and health throughout our region. The goal of OutsideIn SLO is to educate the community on the interrelationship of climate change and health while empowering the community to make healthy choices with multiple benefits. MORE »
CalEPA formed an Interagency Refinery Task Force on refinery safety with membership that includes ten state agencies, U.S. EPA, and local agencies from areas of the state that contain refineries. They are working to achieve the highest level of safety for refinery workers and local communities, and to prepare for and effectively respond to emergencies if they occur. MORE »
The California Air Pollution Control Officers' Association (CAPCOA), which represents all 35 local air quality agenices throughout California, released their annual "California's Progress Toward Clean Air" report to provide information from these agencies on California's progress toward cleaner air and the challenges that remain in meeting health-based air quality standards. REPORT »
On September 24, the APCD Board took action to sign an amended Consent Decree with California State Parks, which defines the process to implement Rule 1001 (APCD's Coastal Dunes Dust Rule). On November 12, the California State Parks, Air Resources Board and APCD will provide an update to the APCD Board on the implementation of Rule 1001. MORE »
Ever wonder how the air quality around you affects the health of you, your neighbors and your pets? Check out our infographic to see a highlight on what air pollution is and how you can help protect the blue skies in San Luis Obispo County! MORE »
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- Pass the Smog Checks required by California DMV
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The APCD's Strategic Action Plan identifies key issues, priorities, and efforts to achieve the District's mission and mandates over the next 5 years. The 2013 - 2017 Fiscal Plan is a guide to direct District monetary actions over a five year period. Strategic Action Plan and Fiscal Plan »
APCDs in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura, C-5 and the Community Environmental Council has secured grant funding to develop an EV Community Readiness Plan for the Central Coast. MORE »