Air District Operations

The Air District is taking steps to ensure Bay Area air quality and public health are protected while the shelter-in-place orders are in effect. Permits for businesses adjusting operations to aid in the public health response will also be expedited. Read more... | en Español

Wood Burning Prohibited

Spare the Air Alert in effect on Saturday, September 19.  Wood burning is banned.  Burn bans can occur year-round for wildfires. Smoke from wildfires throughout the Bay Area is impacting air quality.  See our hourly air quality data for the most up-to-date information, as well as Press Releases@AirDistrict, and our Wildfire Safety Tips web page.  Sign up for Bay Area Air Alerts.  en Español

Permit Applications Received

View a list of permit applications received by the Air District.

Permit Applications - San Francisco County

The table below contains a list of permit applications received by the Air District for the last 2 years. Please note the following:

  • The project description is typically provided by the applicant.
  • Projects may change during an evaluation, until the Air District takes final action.
  • The Air District usually takes final action on New Source Review permits within 35 business days of receiving a complete application.
  • Some applications require public notice and a public comment period.

Under the California Public Records Act, individuals have the right to review public records held by the Air District, including much of the information on permit applications. Visit the Public Records Request page for more information.

Public Comments for all New or Modified Permit Applications

The Air District accepts public comments on any permit during the review process. Certain types of large facilities such as Title V or facilities within 1,000 feet of a school require formal comment periods and public notifications for new or modified source permits. Other smaller facilities applying for routine types of permits do not require public notifications under the law.

For questions on permit status and comment deadlines, or to submit a comment on a specific permit application, please contact the Air District Permit Ombudsman. You may request a copy of the proposed permit and other evaluation documentation. Once an application is deemed complete as far as all submittal requirements and fees, the Air District has 35-business days to evaluate and take final action on a permit. All comments must be received before this period is complete.

Attn: Joe Slamovich
Permit Ombudsman, BAAQMD
939 Ellis St. San Francisco, CA 94109
 | 415.749.4681

How to Comment

For more information about the permit application comment process and how to comment, please review the guide on making effective comments. Under the California Public Records Act, individuals have the right to review and obtain public records maintained by the Air District, including much of the information contained in the permit applications. For inquiries about public records, learn more about making a Public Records Request.

2016 Permit Applications - San Francisco County

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2015 Permit Applications - San Francisco County

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Spare the Air Status
No Wood Burning
Spare the Air Status
  • Sunday,
    9/20

    No Spare the Air Alert in Effect

Last Updated: 8/19/2014