Municipal Fleets in Low-Population Counties
Municipal fleets in low-population counties, and municipal fleets which have been granted low-population status by the California Air Resources Board (CARB), are treated as small fleets in the In-use Off-Road Diesel-Fueled Fleets Regulation (Off-Road Regulation).
The municipally owned fleets in the following counties are considered a small fleet for the purposes of the Off-Road Regulation regardless of total fleet size.
All municipal fleets in the following counties are covered by the applicable provisions for municipal fleets in low-population counties.
|Granted Low-Population County Status:|
The following fleets have been granted low-population county status specifically. Note that if a county is listed, only the county-wide fleet is granted low-population status. Individual municipal fleets in these counties are not covered by the low-population county municipal fleet provisions unless listed by name.
|Alpine||City of Arcata|
|Amador||City of Avenal|
|Calaveras||City of Brawley|
|Colusa||County of Butte|
|Del Norte||City of California City|
|Glenn||City of Eureka|
|Inyo||City of Fortuna|
|Lake||City of Grass Valley|
|Lassen||County of Humboldt|
|Mariposa||County of Imperial|
|Mendocino||County of Lake Special Districts|
|Modoc||County of Madera|
|Mono||County of Merced|
|Nevada||County of Napa|
|Plumas||City of Needles|
|San Benito||City of Paradise|
|Sierra||City of Ridgecrest|
|Siskiyou||County of San Luis Obispo|
|Sutter||County of Shasta|
|Tehama||City of South Lake Tahoe|
|Trinity||City of Tehachapi|
|Tuolumne||County of Yolo|