Fiscal Year 2023-24 Adopted Budget Summary & Schedule of Fees
The San Diego County Air Pollution Control District will be conducting Public Hearings on the Air Pollution Control Officer’s Recommended Budget for Fiscal Year 2023-2024. The Recommended Budget document details the spending plan for the District under the control of the Governing Board. Hearings are scheduled as follows:
APCD invites you to review and submit your comments to the FY 2023-24 Recommended Budget Summary and Schedule Fees in writing to the San Diego County Air Pollution Control District Clerk of the Board via email at APCDPublicComment@SDAPCD.Org
Those wishing to participate in the public hearing and/or provide
comments to the Governing Board on the Recommended Budget for Fiscal
Years 2023-2024 should visit the District website at:
https://www.sdapcd.org/content/sdapcd/about/district-boards/governing-board/board-agendas-minutes.html for information on how to do so.
Click here to view the Public Notice.
Resumen Ejecutivo del Presupuesto de APCD para el Año Fiscal 23-24 – Español
Fiscal Year 2022-23 Adopted Budget Summary & Schedule of Fees
The FY 2022-23 Adopted Budget is balanced and reflects a proposed total of $99.9 million (M) in revenues and expenditures for FY 2022-23 to advance the District’s Vision of Clean Air for All, and Mission to improve air quality to protect public health and the environment. This includes 164 FY 2021-22 Adopted Positions, 3 new positions approved in the March 2022 mid-year budget adjustment and 8 recommended positions (air resource specialists, chemists, managers, and support staff), $45.9M in pass-through grant funds for projects that accelerate improvements to air quality and public health, and an Operating Fund Balance Reserve equal to an estimated two (2) months of District operating expenditures ($4.2M), providing a financial safety net to help ensure core programs and services are maintained.
Click Here to view the District's new Online Budget tool! The online budget tool enables users to explore budget and historical finances in a simple graphical user interface.
Rule 40 is used to determine all fees charged by the District, as authorized by the Air Pollution Control Board, except for those specified in Rule 42 – Hearing Board Fees. These include, but are not limited to, fees for: applications, permits, portable equipment registrations, renewals, source testing, asbestos demolition or renovation notifications and time and material labor rates.