2003 San Joaquin Valley PM10 State Implementation Plan (SIP)
This page updated February 23, 2005.
The San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District (District) consists
of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Kings, Tulare and Fresno Counties, and the western portion of Kern
County. On June 19, 2003, the District adopted a SIP revision to demonstrate attainment of the federal
24-hour and annual average standards for inhalable particulate matter (PM10). Following a public hearing
on June 26, 2003, ARB adopted the SIP revision and submitted it to U.S. EPA on August 19, 2003. On December
30, 2003, ARB submitted amendments to the 2003 PM10 Plan to U.S. EPA to provide further clarification requested
by U.S. EPA staff. The 2003 PM10 Plan was approved by U.S. EPA effective June 25, 2004.
San Joaquin Valley 2003 PM10 Plan, June 2003. The Plan relies on State measures to specifically target reductions for attainment of the PM10 standard in the San Joaquin Valley. These State measures are a subset of the comprehensive statewide strategy identified as part of the Proposed 2003 State and Federal Strategy for the California SIP, August 2003.
Proposed 2003 State Implementation Plan for Particulate Matter in the San
Joaquin Valley. This report describes ARB staff's evaluation
of the San Joaquin Valley PM10 Plan and recommendations for Board action.
At its June 26, 2003 public meeting, the ARB approved the statewide measures and the San Joaquin Valley PM10 Plan itself.
Submittal Letter to U.S. EPA
Executive Order for 2003 PM10 SIP
Resolution for 2003 PM10 SIP
Executive Order for SJV State Measures
Resolution for SJV State Measures
Executive Order for 12-30-03 Amendments
If you would like to receive electronic notices from ARB about development of new SIP measures for the San Joaquin Valley and other areas of the State, please go to http://www.arb.ca.gov/listserv/listserv_ind.php?listname=sip.