The Sac Metro Air District has a Compliance Assistance Program (CAP) to help any business or organization understand air quality rules to reduce air pollution in Sacramento County. This resource offers solutions to both technical and general questions. By contacting CAP staff, issues can be addressed quickly and efficiently.
The CAP is designed to offer assistance to all sectors of the regulated community. Many businesses can benefit from this program including coating operations, gasoline stations, wood product manufacturers, asphalt and concrete batch facilities, construction operations and facilities operating boilers and internal combustion engines. See our Compliance Assistance brochure for additional information.
The Compliance Assistance Hotline, (916) 874-4884, is designed to answer questions regarding
compliance with air quality regulations, including:
What Sac Metro Air District rules and permit requirements apply to my business?
You may request the Sac Metro Air District to conduct a facility review at your business.
This is a non-regulatory inspection conducted by Sac Metro Air District staff.
The purpose of the facility review is to provide on-site education to
businesses on the particular air quality regulations affecting their operations
in order to prevent future violations.
Below are links to several brochures designed to assist businesses,
individuals and other interested parties in understanding air quality
Check Before You Burn
As needed, the Sac Metro Air District provides programs, sometimes in collaboration with other agencies, to
assist businesses in a classroom environment. In these settings business owners
and their employees are invited to learn about air quality compliance, the
implications of being out of compliance and innovative approaches to pollutant
emission reductions. For further information please contact Teresa Posey at
(916) 874-4884 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit the Compliance Advisories page to find all compliance advisories. Recordkeeping forms are available by equipment type on the Permit-Applications-Recordkeeping-Advisories page. If you need further assistance you may call our Hotline at (916) 874-4884.