Air Quality Advisory

Air Quality Advisory through Tuesday, November 20, due to heavy wildfire smoke impacts in parts of the Bay Area from the Camp Fire in Butte County. See our Wildfire Safety Tips web page.

Richmond Area Community Health Protection Program

Updated 11/15/2018

Learn about the Air District’s efforts under Assembly Bill AB 617 to improve air quality in the Richmond-North Richmond-San Pablo community. 

The Air District is expanding existing efforts to reduce air pollution in communities through the state of California’s Community Air Protection Program, also known as Assembly Bill 617.

One key component of this program is to initiate community air monitoring plans in neighborhoods most disproportionately impacted by air pollution. Data collected from these monitoring plans will inform future community-based emissions reduction plans. 

The California Air Resources Board selected The Richmond Area as a priority community for monitoring plan development, based on a recommendation from the Air District. This plan will serve as a model for future efforts as the program grows over time.

Subscribe to the Richmond Area Community Health Protection Program email list and check back soon for more information. 

Updated 11/15/2018

Meetings and Events

 DateEvent NameAgendatable-mobile-only-column
Data pager
Data pager
1
Items per Page:
PageSizeComboBox
select
 1 items in 1 pages
11/7/2018AB 617 Community Discussion for the Richmond-San Pablo AreaCommunity Discussion Agenda
New
11/7/2018
Event Name:
AB 617 Community Discussion for the Richmond-San Pablo Area
Date & Time:
Wednesday, November 7
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
add to your calendar
View Full Calendar
Status:
Scheduled
Location:
Richmond City Recreation Complex
3230 Macdonald Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804
Watch/Listen:
This meeting will not be webcast
Agenda:
Community Discussion Agenda
:
New
Other Documents:
Event Contact:
  • Kristen Law
  • Staff Specialist, Community Protection
  • 415.749.4653
Event Description:
The purpose of this community discussion is to learn from the Richmond-San Pablo community about what is important for an effective community-driven, multi-stakeholder process that will guide the development and implementation of a community monitoring plan. By participating, your views will help identify important stakeholders who will design outreach and engagement plans and formulate a stakeholder engagement process.

Registration is required.
 

Date & Time

Wednesday, November 7
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
add to your calendar
View Full Calendar

Status

Scheduled

Location

Richmond City Recreation Complex
3230 Macdonald Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804

Watch/Listen

This meeting will not be webcast

Event Description

The purpose of this community discussion is to learn from the Richmond-San Pablo community about what is important for an effective community-driven, multi-stakeholder process that will guide the development and implementation of a community monitoring plan. By participating, your views will help identify important stakeholders who will design outreach and engagement plans and formulate a stakeholder engagement process.

Registration is required.

Other Documents

Community Discussion Presentation with Turning Point Results

Event Contact

  • Kristen Law
  • Staff Specialist, Community Protection
  • 415.749.4653
Subscribe to the Richmond Area Community Health Protection Email List
*
*
*

Contact Us

Kristen Law
Staff Specialist, Community Protection

415.749.4653

Contact Us

Wood Burning Status
Wood Burning Status
  • illegal to burn

    Sunday,
    11/18

    Winter Spare the Air Alert in Effect

  • illegal to burn

    Monday,
    11/19

    Winter Spare the Air Alert in Effect

Last Updated: 11/15/2018