Changes in ambient concentrations are displayed by the Air Quality Index as moderate or unhealthy.
NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY – RULE 310 ANNUAL REPORT FY 2017/2018
On November 6, 2007, the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District (ICAPCD) Board of Directors adopted Rule 310-Operational Development Fee as a mechanism to help mitigate air impacts produced from the operation of new commercial and residential developments in Imperial County. Section E.9 of the Rule 310 requires the ICAPCD to prepare and publish on August 1st of each year an annual accountability report which discloses the following: 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 project funded. The published report covers fiscal year 2017-2018
The Rule 310-Operational Development Fee Annual Accountability Report is available under the Rule 310 Operational Development Fee webpage. To examine a hard copy of the report, please visit the ICAPCD office located at 150 South Ninth Street, El Centro, CA.