AIR POLLUTION
CONTROL DISTRICT

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Imperial County Air Pollution Control District

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND WORKSHOPS

The Air District has released the Draft 2018 Imperial County PM10 Request for Redesignation and Maintenance Plan and is seeking public comment for 30 days prior to the scheduled Public Hearing date of October 23, 2018. For the Public Hearing times and location click here.

In addition, the Air District is conducting two public workshops on September 25, 2018. During the workshop the public will have the opportunity to provide comments and receive additional information regarding the PM10 Redesignation Request and Maintenance Plan. For the public workshop information please click here.

ALL burning in Imperial County MUST have prior Authorization from the Air Disctict. You must call (442) 265-1800 for AUTHORIZATION prior to any burn.

Burn Status For Today

ANNOUNCING THE NEW AIR QUALITY PHONE APPLICATION

Introducing the Imperial County phone application for Air Quality notifications.

Know your air quality anywhere you go. Features include a forecast discussion with related weather information, an explanation of the Air Quality Index (AQI), a “locate me” GPS based notification and an identification of the cities where air monitoring stations are located. Finally, features are available in Spanish simply choose “Español.”

Download the new phone application for either Android or iPhone for free. Simply go to your corresponding application download media and enter “Imperial Valley Air Quality” under your search, select get or download and have air quality information available on your phone.

APCD Mobile AP

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY

Rule 310 Request for Proposals are now being accepted.
Please visit the Rule 310 page and scroll to the end of the page for the application or click here

The Air Quality Flag Program

Each day, organizations of all kinds raise a flag to communicate the air quality forecast to their communities. The color of the flag matches EPA’s official Air Quality Index (AQI): green, yellow, orange, red, purple, and maroon.
For the EPA Map click here

For Imperial Valley air click here

Published December 2, 2014This 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

Imperial County Agricultural Acres Burned 2011-2015

Acres Burned per year graph