Here is a partial list of some of the most commonly permitted facilities/projects and where to find the required permits for them. If your facility or project is not on this list, please call the Air District to verify whether or not you will need an Air Pollution Permit to Operate.
For questions regarding Air Pollution permits for the purposes of residential or non-residential open burning, please visit our Open Outdoor Burning page.
If you plan to build a gasoline station, or if you plan to alter the vapor recovery equipment in any way, or alter or upgrade the dispensing or storage equipment in any way, then you probably need to first submit an Authority to Construct form. Visit our Vapor Recovery page for additional info and to download the form.
If you plan to install or operate any kind of stationary or portable internal combustion engine (which includes gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas, or any other type of fuel) within the 3 counties of this Air District, then you will probably need to obtain an Air Pollution permit. To apply for the permit, you will need the following items:
If you plan to engage in any kind of soil cleanup where there is any potential for contaminants to be emitted into the air, however minute they may be, then you will probably need an Air Pollution permit. Please download our Soil Aeration form.
If you plan to install or operate any kind of stationary source or device that emits any air pollutants whatsoever within the 3 counties of this Air District, then you will probably need to obtain an Air Pollution permit. You will need the following two forms: Permit Application form and the
Instructions for the Permit Application. If you are unsure as to whether or not you need a permit for your facility or equipment, then please call the Air District and we will endeavor to answer all of your questions.