Meeting Notice - Mountain Counties Air Basin TAC - Bylaws Revision Thursday, December 17, 2020 at 1:00 PM.
Burn permit suspension lifted Friday, November 20th at 8:00 am.
Please call the Burn Line at (209) 754-6600 to verify if it is a burn day or not.
Due to COVID-19 - we strongly encourage the public to get Cal Fire burn permits on-line a.
The Calaveras County Air Pollution Control District (District) is part of the Mountain Counties Air Basin. The District is recognized as a Special District and is governed by the Calaveras County Air Pollution Control Board. The primary goal of the District is to protect public health by managing the county's air quality through educating the public and enforcement of District rules and California Air Resources Control Board - Air Toxic Control Measures that result in the reduction of air pollutants and contaminants. While there are minimal sources that impact air quality within the District, Calaveras County does experience air quality impacts from the Central Valley through transport pollutants. The most visible impacts to air quality within the District is a result of open burning of vegetation as conducted by individual property owners, industry, and state agencies for purposes of reducing wild land fire hazards.
WHAT THE AIR DISTRICT DOES:
Information on the Woodstove Grant Program
Burn Permits, Burn Day Information and smoke
Information on Participating as a Retailer in the Woodstove Changeout Program
Calaveras County is a “non-delegated “air district as recognized by Federal EPA therefore a notification form for demolition of structures must always be sent directly to the EPA. For information on how to file properly, please contact:
Roshni Brahmbhatt at Brahmbhatt.Roshni@EPA.gov or
Kingsley Adeduro at Adeduro.Kingsley@epa.gov or
Please contact the Building Department at (209)754-6390
for demolition and renovation permit requirements.
Please call the Air District at (209) 754-6600 to verify whether or not your facility will need an Authority To Construct permit to build or alter a facility, whether addition information will be required, and whether a Permit to Operate will subsequently be required. Execution of APCD’s standard indemnification agreement shall be a prerequisite to filing a complete ATC application unless the issuance of the ATC is deemed by APCD to be exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. The ATC form below is a basic form and additional information may be required.
A copy of the most current Air Pollution Control District's Rules can be found at: https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/current-air-district-rules
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