This page contains historical information on previously adopted rule development projects. For questions associated with this page or for information on rule actions before 2007, please call the Rules section at (805) 979-8050 or email us at [email protected].
For information on active rule projects, please see the Rules Currently Under Development webpage.
|Meeting||Rule 364, Refinery Fenceline and Community Air Monitoring|
On May 21, 2020, the District Board of Directors adopted Rule 364. The rule implements the requirements of Assembly Bill 1647 for all refineries within Santa Barbara County.
The District held two Community Advisory Council (CAC) meetings to discuss the newly proposed Rule 364, Refinery Fenceline and Community Air Monitoring.
CAC Meeting #2 Materials (February 26, 2020):
CAC Meeting #1 Materials (January 22, 2020):
The District held a public workshop on the newly proposed draft Rule 364, Refinery Fenceline and Community Air Monitoring, on Monday, December 16, 2019 at 10:30 AM at the APCD office, located at 260 North San Antonio Road, Suite A in Santa Barbara.
|Meeting||Regulation VIII – New Source Review, and Other Associated Rules|
On August 25 2016, the Board of Directors amended Regulation VIII, New Source Review, and Other Associated Rules. These amendments were designed to update the District’s current New Source Review (NSR) permitting regulations to reflect recent regulatory mandates, and to simplify the permitting process while maintaining an equally stringent rule set.
On December 9, 2015, the District met with the Community Advisory Council (CAC) and obtained a CAC recommendation for the District Board of Directors to adopt the NSR amendments.
The District held two public workshops at the following times and locations:
|Meeting||Rules 330, 337, 349, and 353 – Solvent Cleaning Provisions|
On June 21, 2012, the Board of Directors amended the following rules:
The amended rules added new solvent cleaning provisions in Rules 330, 337, 349, and 353. Slight modifications to Rules 102, 202, and 321 were also adopted. These changes were made to fulfill the requirement that the District adopts every feasible measure.
To aid stakeholders and the interested public, the following documents are available below:
The following were made available on May 16, 2012:
|CAC Meeting #2|
On April 11, 2012, the District met with the Community Advisory Council (CAC) and obtained a CAC recommendation for the District Board of Directors to approve amendments to the solvent cleaning rules.
The following were made available on March 28, 2012:
|CAC Meeting #1 & Public Workshop|
On August 10, 2011, the District conducted a joint Public Workshop and CAC meeting on the proposed amendments to the following:
After the public workshop, the CAC met to consider recommending that the Board of Directors adopt the proposed amended rules. Discussions indicated that the rules contained unclear language and suggested revisions were made. Hence, the CAC decided to continue the item.
On February 10, 2011, the District conducted two Public Scoping Workshops on proposed amendments to the following:
The proposed amendments in these rules add solvent cleaning provisions into each of the rules, similar to the recently amended Rule 321 (amended in 2010). Some existing reactive organic compound limits for coatings, adhesives, sealants, and/or polyester materials may also need amending pursuant to California Air Resources Board and/or U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requirements.
|Meeting||Rule 213 – Fees for Registration Programs|
|Board Hearing||On October 18, 2007, the Board of Directors adopted new Rule 213. This new rule establishes a registration fee and registration renewal fee for each engine subject to Rule 1201, Registration of Agricultural Diesel Engines.|
Board Package, Proposed Rule 213
|Meeting||Rule 1201 – Registration of Agricultural Diesel Engines|
|Board Hearing||On August 16, 2007, the Board of Directors adopted new Rule 1201. This new rule applies to agricultural operators that use diesel engines rated at 50 brake horsepower and greater. Rule 1201 implements the State Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) for stationary compression-ignition engines (California Code of Regulations §93115). The ATCM has significant requirements for both existing and new diesel engines used in agricultural processes, including a requirement that all applicable engines are registered with their local air district.|
Board Package, Proposed Rule 1201
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