Periodically, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD)
prepares an overall plan (AQMP) update to meet the federal requirements
and/or to incorporate the latest technical planning information. Each
iteration of the plan is an update of the previous plan.
Staff is initiating an early development process for the
2015 AQMP, which
will be a comprehensive and integrated Plan primarily focused on addressing
the ozone standards. The Plan will be a regional and
multi-agency effort (AQMD, California Air Resources Board, Southern California Association
of Governments (SCAG) and US Environmental Protection Agency). State and federal
planning requirements include developing control strategies, attainment
demonstrations, reasonable further progress, and maintenance plans.
The 2015 AQMP will incorporate the latest scientific and technical
information and planning assumptions, including the latest applicable growth
assumptions, Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy,
and updated emission inventory methodologies for various source categories.
The Final 2012 AQMP was adopted by the AQMD Governing Board on December 7,
2012. Control measure IND-01 was approved for adoption and inclusion
in the Final 2012 AQMP at the
February 1, 2013 Governing Board meeting.
2012 Air Quality Management Plan
The Final 2007 AQMP was adopted by the AQMD Governing Board on June 1,
2007 Air Quality Management Plan
The Final 2003 AQMP was adopted by
the AQMD Governing Board on August 1, 2003.
2003 Air Quality Management Plan
The AQMD Governing Board adopted the "Final 1999 Amendment to the 1997
Ozone SIP Revision for the South Coast Air Basin" at its public hearing on
December 10, 1999.
1999 Amendment to the 1997 Ozone AQMP Revision for the South Coast Air Basin and Settlement Agreement on the 1994 Ozone SIP Litigation
Final 1997 AQMP was adopted by the Governing Board on November 15, 1996.
1997 Air Quality Management Plan