Air District Web Streaming

Due to the continued COVID pandemic, until further notice, all Air District meetings will be either cancelled or held remotely via webcast.
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  • New Building Decarbonization Webinar: Electrifying Rebuilds after Wildfires

    Streaming live on 10/04 at 11:00 AM
    Video link(s) will be active 5 minutes before meeting time.
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  • New Path to Clean Air CERP Steering Committee Meeting

    Archive link will be available 24-48 hours after event
    SEP
    20
    2021
    Agenda
    (411 Kb PDF, 18 pgs)
  • Updated Informational Webinar: Tips and Tricks When Applying for Government Grants

    Archive link will be available 24-48 hours after event
    SEP
    16
    2021
  • West Oakland AB 617 Steering Committee Meeting: Owning Our Air

    Archive link will be available 24-48 hours after event
    SEP
    01
    2021
    Agenda
    (205 Kb PDF, 2 pgs)
  • Path to Clean Air CERP Steering Committee Meeting

    Archive link will be available 24-48 hours after event
    AUG
    16
    2021
    Agenda
    (1 Mb PDF, 18 pgs)
  • Rule 13-5 CEQA Scoping Meeting

    Archive link will be available 24-48 hours after event
    JUL
    27
    2021
Latest News
  • Sep
    21

    September 21, 2021

    Air District issues air quality advisory for Wednesday

    The Air District is issuing an air quality advisory for wildfire smoke for Wednesday, September 22. Smoke from fires across Southern California is expected to continue to impact the Bay Area, with smoky and hazy skies. Pollution levels are not expected to exceed federal health standards and no Spare the Air Alert is in effect for Wednesday. A Spare the Air Alert remains in effect for today, September 21

  • Sep
    20

    September 20, 2021

    Air District issues Spare the Air Alert for smog for Tuesday

    The Air District is issuing a Spare the Air Alert for smog for Tuesday, September 21. Wildfire smoke combined with high inland temperatures and vehicle exhaust are expected to cause unhealthy smog, or ozone, accumulation in the Bay Area. Smoke from Northern California wildfires is expected to also impact the region creating hazy and smoky skies. 

     
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