Selected 2018 Communities
- Community Air Protection Program
- Community Air Protection Program Resource Center
- AB 617 Consultation Group
- Annual Reporting and Progress Tracking
- Documentos en Español
- Community Recommendations
- Fifth Year (2023) Community Recommendation and Identification
- Fourth Year (2022) Community Recommendation and Identification
- Third Year (2021) Community Recommendation and Identification
- Second Year (2019) Community Recommendation and Identification
- First Year (2018) Community Recommendation and Identification
- Community Self-Nomination Submittals
- Data Sources for Developing Assessments
- Community Air Protection Blueprint
- Community Air Grants
- Environmental Justice Blog
- Community Air Protection Incentives
Links to the submittal letters and district - approved draft final community emissions reduction programs for the 2018 selected communities.
2018 selected communities in alphabetical order by air district
|Community||Air District||CARB Contact|
|Richmond||Bay Area Air Quality Management District||Monique Davis|
|West Oakland||Bay Area Air Quality Management District||Anna Scodel|
|Calexico, El Centro, Heber||Imperial County Air Pollution Control District||Andrea Juarez|
|South Sacramento - Florin||Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District||Monique Davis|
|Portside Environmental Justice Neighborhoods (West National City, Barrio Logan, Logan Heights, and Sherman Heights)||San Diego County Air Pollution Control District||Melissa Niederreiter|
|Shafter||San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District||Skott Wall|
|South Central Fresno||San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District||Brian Moore|
|East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, West Commerce||South Coast Air Quality Management District||Liliana Nunez|
|Muscoy, San Bernardino||South Coast Air Quality Management District||Laura-Zaremba Schmidt|
|Wilmington, West Long Beach, Carson||South Coast Air Quality Management District||Terry Allen|
2018 Community Recommendations Documents
(Revised September 11, 2018)
This document describes the communities CARB staff is recommending the Board select for the first year (2018) of the Community Air Protection Program (Program). These community recommendations are drawn from CARB's statewide assessment, technical analyses by air districts and community-based organizations, and input received through public engagement. The Board is scheduled to consider staff’s recommendations at its September 2018 public meeting.
|Appendix A||Community Nominations|
|Appendix B||Table of Metrics|
|Fact Sheet (August 2018)|
This Fact Sheet provides an overview the final proposed Blueprint, including new actions that form CARB’s vision of the Community Air Protection Program, and summarizes CARB staff’s recommendations to the Board for the first-year communities to be selected for community air monitoring and/or community emissions reduction programs
2018 Community Selection Process
For more information regarding the selection process please see Appendix B of Community Air Protection Blueprint for the identification, assessment and selection process.
As part of the community selection process, the following are submittals CARB received from community members and air districts.
Air Districts initial and final submittals.
List of community nominations received.
Community Air Protection Program Related Sources
For data sources, tools, and approaches to air district assessment, please refer to the Community Air Protection Program Data Sources for Developing Assessments.
Preliminary Table of Metrics
CARB staff developed a Statewide Assessment of the cumulative air pollution exposure burdens in impacted communities to help support staff’s selection of communities to recommend for consideration by the CARB Governing Board in the first year of the Program. CARB will update this information as necessary, annually.
The statewide data in these tables will complement more detailed local community-level assessments that will be part of community recommendation submittals by air districts and community-based organizations. CARB staff will draw on the data presented in the table of metrics along with analyses conducted by air districts and community-based organizations to support the Statewide Assessment.