The South Sacramento-Florin community was chosen as one of the 10 statewide communities to receive additional air monitoring and community engagement efforts under the AB 617 Community Air Protection Program. The District is seeking applications from South Sacramento-Florin residents, businesses and other members of the community to serve on an Air Quality Steering Committee.
Apply now through November 13, 2018 (Deadline was extended from November 9, 2018):
· Apply online – see form below
· Download and submit by mail – Steering Committee Application Form (English, PDF) (Español, PDF)
The District needs your neighborhood knowledge to help create a Community Air Monitoring Plan, share your thoughts on health problems that may be related to air pollution and give input on air pollution reduction strategies for the South Sacramento-Florin community.