Air Pollution Control District

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CAL-FIRE Burn Permits are required in the State Responsibility Area (SRA)
SRA MAP
CAL-FIRE Burn Permits (Online)


MAY 23, 2022
ALL BURNING IN THE CALFIRE STATE RESPONSIBILITY AREA (SRA) WILL BE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Please visit the "SRA MAP" link above for more information.

This message will be updated once burning restrictions are lifted.




FIRE UPDATE
May 25, 2022
The fire that occurred yesterday (May 24, 2022) is continuing to burn in certain areas and smoke impacts from the fire are expected for the next couple of days. For more information regarding the current air quality in the area, please visit the "Current Air Quality" link below and use the "Fire and Smoke Map (Interactive Map of Air Quality."



New


2022 Agricultural 
Burn Permit Application

Click link below for printable application
Agricultural Burn Permit Application (Word)
Agricultural Burn Permit Application (PDF)

Burn Day Status

May 25, 2022 

NO-BURN DAY



Call before you burn:

(530) 458-0581

click link below for more info.
Current Air Quality

MODERATE  to UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS




The mission of the Colusa County Air Pollution Control District is to protect the public health while balancing economic and air quality considerations.

The District is governed by a five member Board of Directors. All five Board members are County Supervisors. The Air Pollution Control Officer is appointed by the Board and serves as Executive Director of the District. The District legal counsel is also the County Counsel.

The Board of Directors appoints five citizens to the District’s Hearing Board, which considers appeals for rule variances and other similar matters. The Hearing Board is a quasi-judicial body. As required by the California Clean Air Act and the Federal Clean Air Act, the District is responsible for air monitoring, permitting, enforcement, long-range planning, regulatory development, education, and public information activities related to air quality. Local districts are the primary mechanism for air quality management. Districts must implement rules and regulations and provide enforcement for the attainment and maintenance of the California and national ambient air quality standards.

Under the direction of the Colusa County Agricultural Commissioner/Air Pollution Control Officer, the Colusa County Air Pollution Control District is responsible for:

  • Developing regulations
  • Long-range planning
  • Monitoring air quality
  • Permitting and enforcing regulations
  • Providing education and public information activities related to air quality