Scheduled Maintenance
Air District systems will undergo planned maintenance from 8am Friday 4/28 through 11pm Sunday 4/30.
There may be disruptions in some services. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Our New Home

Learn more about the Air District’s new headquarters building and how we will be sharing it with our regional agency partners, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Association of Bay Area Governments.

On May 31, the Air District will be relocating to the newly redeveloped Bay Area Metro Center in San Francisco.

The Air District’s new building address will be:

Bay Area Air Quality Management District
375 Beale Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, CA 94105

The vision for the Bay Area Metro Center includes the sharing of business operations and technology solutions among the three agencies to enhance cooperation and efficiency. This vital new regional governance center will also allow for greater integration of inter-agency planning of climate protection strategies. 

The Air District is scheduled to close its operations on May 27 at its current location at 939 Ellis Street in San Francisco and reopen for business on May 31 at the new headquarters on Beale Street.

During the relocation period, the Air District’s field offices, compliance and enforcement staff, and air monitoring systems throughout the nine-county region will continue to operate.

The three agencies will occupy the top three floors of the building, while the first floor will house several public spaces including a central board room, multipurpose rooms for larger meetings, a cafe, and coffee shop. The second floor will house the Air District’s laboratory, a copy center, shower facility, bike racks, and a wellness center.  Other floors in the building will house commercial tenants.

Construction at 375 Beale Street began in January 2013 with excavation, foundation strengthening, and demolition of the interior of the building, including the atrium demolition that concluded in January 2014. This reinvention of 375 Beale Street builds on an already unique history for the building. Learn more about the building and take a look back on construction over the past three years.

Spare the Air Status
Spare the Air Status
  • Friday,
    4/28

    No Spare the Air Alert in Effect

Last Updated: 8/20/2014