South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is the regulatory agency responsible for improving air quality for large areas of Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties, including the Coachella Valley. The region is home to more than 17 million people–about half the population of the entire state of California.
South Coast AQMD’s Office of Legislative and Public Affairs’ regional outreach staff is assigned on a geographic basis to provide outreach to, and assist local government agencies throughout the South Coast Air Basin. For information on South Coast AQMD rules, policies or programs, or to schedule a meeting or presentation, please contact the appropriate regional contact indicated below. For general information please contact the Public Advisor at 909-396-3122. South Coast AQMD’s Office of Legislative and Public Affairs’ regional outreach staff for Santa Ana and other Orange County cities: Debra Ashby 909-396-3199, email: email@example.com
The AQMD mobile app lets you report a complaint about excessive odors, smoke, dust, or other contaminants download the AQMD mobile app.
The F.I.N.D application provides access to consolidated public information about regulated facilities. This information includes facility details, equipment lists, compliance history, reported emissions, and hearing board case details.
To access South Coast AQMD’s online mapping tool to view the location of SCAQMD-permitted facilities in Santa Ana and in other communities in the region, Click here: South Coast Air Quality Management District Facilities Map Tool