Stationary Source Projects and Community-Identified Projects Summary
At the May 2019 Board hearing, CARB staff was directed to provide more flexibility within the Community Air Protection Incentives 2019 Guidelines to allow communities and air districts the freedom to develop specific Project Plans to quickly address unique local air quality concerns.
This document provides a summary of the draft language of the new guidelines chapter being proposed by staff. Staff invites all comments and guidance from community members and other interested members of the public, and will host a public webinar on May 14, 2020 to discuss. For more information, please visit the Community Air Protection Incentives Meetings and Events page.