Antelope Valley Air Quality Management Plans

This page last reviewed February 21, 2014

This page contains information regarding recent and historical SIP activity in the Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (District).  

2008 Ozone Early Progress Plans

Information regarding the Early Progress Plans for Ventura County, Antelope Valley-Western Mojave Desert, Coachella Valley, Eastern Kern County, and Imperial County.

ARB Documents
2007 Western Mojave Desert Ozone Attainment Plan  -  includes the Antelope Valley Attainment Plan

At the public hearing held on June 26, 2008, the Air Resources Board (ARB) approved a SIP revision for attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards in the  Western Mojave Desert ozone attainment area. The Western Mojave Desert Ozone Nonattainment Area consists of the Antelope Valley portion of Los Angeles County and the southwestern portion of San Bernardino County.  The Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (AVAQMD) has jurisdiction over the Los Angeles County portion of the Western Mojave Desert.  The AVAQMD adopted an attainment demonstration plan which projects attainment of the federal 8-hour ozone standard by 2021.

Below you will find links to the Air Quality Management Plans, letters submitting the plan to ARB and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, resolutions, staff report, and a public hearing notice.

ARB Documents

District Documents

2004 Antelope Valley Ozone Attainment Plan

The Southeast Desert Modified Air Quality Management Area covers the Victor Valley/Barstow region in San Bernardino County (Mojave Desert), the Coachella Valley/San Jacinto region in Riverside County (Coachella), and the Antelope Valley region in Los Angeles County (Antelope Valley).  Mojave Desert is the responsibility of the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (Mojave Desert AQMD).  Coachella's air pollution control program is under the jurisdiction of the South Coast Air Quality Management District (South Coast AQMD).  Antelope Valley is the responsibility of the Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (Antelope Valley AQMD).  The Antelope Valley AQMD contracts with the staff of the Mojave Desert AQMD for administrative services, including planning and rule development.

Each district is responsible for developing the portion of the 2004 Southeast Desert Modified Ozone State Implementation Plan (2004 SED SIP) which falls within their jurisdiction.  On May 4, 2004, ARB submitted to U.S. EPA the 2004 SED SIP for each portion of the nonattainment area along with supporting materials.

ARB Documents and Supplemental Information
District/Planning Area Documents

California State Implementation Plan