NEW AB 617 NORTH-END COMMUNITY
Brawley, Westmorland, and Calipatria
Community Steering Committee (CSC) Applications Now Being Accepted
For additional information, click Learn More
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
AB 617 Electric Charging Infrastructure
AB 617 School Bus Electrification
The ICAPCD Bulletin
The Official Newsletter of Imperial County Air Pollution Control District provides Quarterly Updates
on the District’s activities inside the AB 617 Community Corridors & entire Imperial County District.
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.
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.
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.
Mitigation plan for historically high wind events
The 1st update to the “High Wind Fugitive Dust Exceptional Events Mitigation Plan”
has been completed. The next update to the plan is scheduled for 2025.
Should you have comments, mitigation suggestions or concerns please contact our office at (442) 265-1800 or email Monica Soucier. To view the Final update click “More Information”
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.
AM Hours: W 5-15 / G 25
PM Hours: W 5-15 / G 25
For any questions contact APCD at (442) 265-1800 or (888) 547-2876
For additional information visit our Agricultural Burning webpage
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