HEAT WAVE & ENERGY SHORTAGE EXTENDED
Imperial County AB 617 Community
The Imperial County AB 617 Community Corridor for El Centro-Heber-Calexico is now accepting applications to be a part of the Community Steering Committee
2022 ICAPCD Carl Moyer Grant –
Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
The Notice of Availability of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure grant funds for Year 2022 has been released. See below for additional information
Rule 310 – Notice of Availability: Annual Accountability Report
Section E.7 of Rule 310 requires the ICAPCD to prepare and publish on August 1st of each calendar year an annual accountability report which discloses the total amount of off-site fees received; total monies spent; total monies remaining; a list of all projects funded; total emissions reductions realized; and the overall cost-effectiveness factor for the projects funded. The published report covers fiscal year 2021-2022
Rule 310 – Request for Proposal(s)
The Imperial County Air Pollution Control District (ICAPCD) is now accepting proposals to help mitigate NOx and PM10 emissions throughout Imperial County. All project proposals are due to the ICAPCD no later than the close of business (5:00 pm) on November 1, 2022, unless other prior arrangements have been made with ICAPCD staff.
HANDBOOK FOR ANALYZING GREENHOUS GAS EMISSIONS
The California Air Pollution Control Officers Association has released the updated Handbook for analyzing Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions, Assessing Climate Vulnerabilities, and Advancing Health and Equity. The handbook is designed for local governments, communities and project developers.
State of California
Contractor and Grantee Compliance with Economic Sanctions Imposed in Response to Russia’s Actions in Ukraine
On March 4, 2022, Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-6-22 (EO) regarding sanctions in response to Russian aggression in Ukraine. The EO is located at https://www.gov.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/3.4.22-Russia-Ukraine-Executive- Order.pdf
Managing Risk & Restoring California’s Landscape
What is Prescribed Fire?
Prescribed fire (or prescribed burning) is the planned and controlled application of fire to the land, under specified, low-risk weather conditions. Prescribed fire has a long history in California. Native American tribes have used it on their lands for centuries. Prescribed fire is one of the most important tools land and forest managers use today to reduce wildfire hazards, clear excess vegetation, control plant diseases, improve wildlife habitats and restore natural ecosystems.
The quickest and most efficient way to submit an air quality complaint is to call the Air District at (442) 265-1800,
or click More Info to submit your complaint online.
From: 11:00 AM
To: 3:00 PM
AM Hours: ESE 0-5
PM Hours: SSW 0-5
ALL burning in Imperial County MUST have prior Authorization from the Air District. You must call (442) 265-1800 for AUTHORIZATION prior to any burn.
Imperial County Air Pollution Control District