Senate Bill 1402 Compliance Documents
This page last reviewed September 7, 2012
Senate Bill 1402 Dutton, Chapter 413,
Statute of 2010 required the Air Resources Board to adopt a written
penalty policy to provide air pollution violators
with information about how ARB determines its penalties. The text of SB 1402 and other
related documents are linked below.
- Enforcement Penalties: Background and Policy, September 30, 2011
ARB's amended penalty policy and background information is available at the above link (pdf 1.9MB).
- ARB Response to Comments on Penalty Policy
ARB's response to public comments is available at the above link.
- Public Comments on Amended Enforcement Penalty Policy
Written comments on the amended ARB Enforcement Penalty Policy are available at the above link (pdf 2.3MB).
- Enforcement Penalties: Background and Policy, July 21, 2011
ARB's amended penalty policy and background information is available at the above link. You may also view the Request for Public Comments Notice. Written comments on the proposed policy were accepted until 5:00 p.m., August 22, 2011.
Public Workshops Notice and Workshop Presentation
The Notice of Public Workshops to Discuss ARB's Proposed Enforcement Penalty Policy; Request for Public Comments, dated February 25, 2011, is available at the above link. You may also view the Workshop Presentation from March 29, 2011 in Sacramento and March 30, 2011 in El Monte.
Public Comments on Proposed Enforcement Penalty Policy
Written comments on the February 25, 2011 proposed ARB Enforcement Penalty Policy submitted by commenters who agreed to the posting of their comments are available at the above link.
Proposed Enforcement Penalty Policy, February 25, 2011
ARB's Proposed Enforcement Penalty Policy, which was released for public comment February 25, 2011, is available at the above link.
Senate Bill 1402
The full text of SB 1402, Senator Robert Dutton, R-Rancho Cucamonga, Penalty Documentation, Chapter 413, Statute in 2010, is available at the above link.
To view Settlement Agreements for Cases resolved after the effective date of SB 1402, please click on the links in the Settlement Agreements column on our Case Settlements web page.
If you have questions regarding Senate Bill 1402 or any of the information detailed above, please contact Paul Jacobs or Mark Stover. You may also telephone the Enforcement Division at (916) 322-7061.