Air district staff can play an important role in slowing the spread of COVID-19 by following the recommendations issued by CDC and CDPH. In addition, air district staff should follow their district management’s direction specific to their situation. Each district’s policies in regards to mitigating COVID-19 risk is compiled here as a reference to the CAPCOA Membership. CAPCOA staff will update these policies as they become available. Currently, CAPCOA staff is working from home and practicing social distancing measures as much as possible. Please contact us at 916-441-5700 should you have any questions.

March 13, 2020
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Air Quality Guidance for Schools

(June 2019)


Air Quality Analysis in CEQA Roadway Project Review

(August 2018)


CAPCOA Policy Statement on Biomass Power Plants

(December 2016)


Air Toxic “Hot Spots” Program

Facility Prioritization Guidelines

(August 2016)


Risk Management Guidance for Stationary Sources of Air Toxics


CAPCOA is an Association of Air Pollution Control Officers representing all thirty-five local air quality agencies throughout California. We have been in existence since 1975, and are dedicated to protecting the public health and providing clean air for all our residents and visitors to breathe.

Our web site contains the following information:

  • News items regarding the Association
  • Color maps detailing air basin and district boundaries
  • Direct link to key federal, state and local air agencies
  • Information on how CAPCOA is organized and operated
  • Describes activities of CAPCOA and local air districts
  • Roster of all 35 air districts with addresses, phones, fax and email