Mendocino County

Air Quality Management District

Stationay Engines

Stationary rules and regulations are found in the State of California's Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) for Stationary Compression Ignition Engines. This ATCM, which applies to stationary diesel engines used in both non-agricultural and agricultural operations is resulting in a reduction in the emissions of and exposure to diesel PM from stationary diesel engines throughout California.

Burn Day Status

For todays burn day status please call 707-463-4391. .

Credit Card Payments

Service FEES are assessed to all Credit Card transactions by govPayNet:

Air Quality for Mendocino

Current Air Quality Index for county:
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Ozone:
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PM2.5:
NA

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News / Advisories

AIR QUALITY ADVISORY - Hazy Skies? - Click Here for More Information

Burn Suspension for all of Mendocino County. - All burn permits issued for burning are SUSPENDED.

Trader Joe's penalized $500,000 over refrigerant leaks - Owner and operators of systems using ozone depleting substances are required to perform leak repair and recordkeeping required under Title VI of the Clean Air Act for refrigeration equipment. Click Here for More Information

Air District Relaxes Portable Diesel Engine Enforcement - ARB has determined the standards for DPM may not be feasible. Click Here for More Information

The District Mission

  The mission of the Mendocino County Air Quality Management District is to protect and manage air quality, an essential public resource upon which the health of the community depends. 

  Mendocino County Air Quality Management District is one of 35 local Air Districts in California.

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