Air District Web Streaming

During the latest stages of the COVID pandemic, Air District meetings will currently be held remotely via webstream.
More Information  >
  • Path to Clean Air Community Emissions Reduction Plan Steering Committee

    Streaming live on 8/15 at 5:30 PM
    Video link(s) will be active 5 minutes before meeting time.
    Join
    Join on ZOOM to comment during the meeting
  • Path to Clean Air Community Emissions Reduction Plan Steering Committee

    Archive link will be available 24-48 hours after event
    JUL
    18
    2022
    Agenda
    (759 Kb PDF , 26 pgs )
    Presentation
    (27 Mb PDF )
  • West Oakland AB 617 Steering Committee Meeting: Owning Our Air

    Archive link will be available 24-48 hours after event
    JUL
    13
    2022
    Agenda
    (152 Kb PDF , 1 pg )
Latest News
  • Aug
    1

    August 1, 2022

    Air District’s Climate Tech Finance program funds clean security and lighting solutions to replace diesel generators

    The Air District has awarded a loan guarantee to King Solarman, a provider of smart solar generators in California. Their products replace loud and aging diesel generators used for mobile light towers and surveillance stations.

  • Jul
    27

    July 27, 2022

    Air District extends air quality advisory through Thursday

    The Air District is extending an air quality advisory for wildfire smoke through Thursday, July 28. Winds are continuing to transport smoke from the Oak Fire in Mariposa County into the Bay Area; however, smoke is expected to remain aloft. Smoky, hazy skies may be visible across the Bay Area and the smell of smoke is possible at higher elevations. Air quality is forecast to be in the good to moderate range on the air quality index and pollutant levels are not expected to exceed the national 24-hour health standard. A Spare the Air Alert is not in effect.

  • Jul
    25

    July 25, 2022

    Air District extends air quality advisory through Wednesday

    The Air District is extending an air quality advisory for wildfire smoke through Wednesday, July 27. Winds are forecast to transport smoke from the Oak Fire in Mariposa County into the Bay Area through Wednesday; however, the smoke is expected to remain aloft. Smoky, hazy skies may be visible across the Bay Area and the smell of smoke is possible at higher elevations. Air quality is forecast to be in the good to moderate range on the air quality index and pollutant levels are not expected to exceed the national 24-hour health standard. A Spare the Air Alert is not in effect.

  • Jul
    24

    July 24, 2022

    Air District issues air quality advisory for Monday

    The Air District is issuing an air quality advisory for wildfire smoke for tomorrow, Monday, July 25. Smoke from the Oak Fire in Mariposa County is forecast to be transported into the Bay Area on Monday, however, the smoke is expected to remain aloft. Smoky, hazy skies may be visible across the Bay Area and the smell of smoke is possible at higher elevations. Pollutant levels are not expected to exceed the national 24-hour health standard. A Spare the Air Alert is not in effect.

MORE NEWS