Municipal Fleets in Low-Population Counties
Municipal fleets in low-population counties, and municipal fleets which have been granted low-population status by the Air Resources Board (ARB), 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, with the applicable requirements and compliance deadlines for small fleets, 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|