The Air District is authorized to regulate stationary sources of air emissions in the Bay Area, but mobile sources – such as cars, trucks, trains and construction equipment – actually contribute most of the air pollution in the region.
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4/20/2015 Personnel Committee Meeting
(Video streams live at 9:30am)
(66 kb PDF, 12 pgs)
4/20/2015 Stationary Source Committee Meeting
(Video streams live at 10:30am)
(72 kb PDF, 12 pgs)
4/15/15 Ad Hoc Building Committee Meeting Webcast archive will be available 48-72 hours after the meeting.
(294 kb PDF, 16 pgs)
4/15/15 Regular Board Meeting Webcast archive will be available 48-72 hours after the meeting.
(2 mb PDF, 252 pgs)
3/30/15 Legislative Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
(521 kb PDF, 63 pgs)
Agendas, Minutes and Media
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Since 1955, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District has been working to improve air Quality in the Bay Area.
The Air District will continue to work to improve our quality of life in the Bay Area. Future challenges — like climate change and reducing diesel emissions — will require good science, creativity and community involvement.
For assistance in English, call (415) 749-4900.
Para asistencia en español, llame a al (415) 749-4900.