The district was established to prevent the emission of air pollution from "stationary sources," which might be detrimental to the peace, health, safety and welfare of the people in the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District, through rules and regulations enacted by the Board of Directors for this District, the Board of Supervisors, and enforced by the District. The Board of Directors/Supervisors approved the consolidation of the district staff with the Department of Transportation and Public Works on February 8, 1994.
Notice of Request for Porposals for Geysers Air Monitoring Program Consulting Services. Go to the What's New Web page for more information. Posted 01/17/2013