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The San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District (APCD or District) is the local agency working to protect the health of over 269,000 county residents by preserving good air quality. By partnering with the local communities and businesses we implement regulations and programs to reduce air pollution and assist the county in reaching all outdoor air quality standards.
The APCD Board is the decision making body for the District and is comprised of 12 elected officials, representing each district of the county and the incorporated cities. More
Periodically, APCD staff present information on various District programs during the APCD Board Meetings, in a segment we call "Spotlight on District Programs". More
The APCD developed a Strategic Action Plan to set priorities and establish a road map for future endeavors. More
The APCD works in conjunction with federal and state agencies, and other local districts to improve our air quality. More
Are you interested in a career where you can help to preserve the air quality in San Luis Obispo County? The District periodically has employment opportunities available. More
Do you need more information or would you like to contact us directly? More