Air Toxics "Hot Spots" Program


In accordance with the California Air Toxic "Hot Spots" Program, the San Diego County Air Pollution Control District (District) is responsible for requiring Health Risk Assessments from certain facilities that emit toxic air contaminants. The District is also required to implement public notification and risk reduction requirements through District Rule 1210. Please find below additional information related to the Program.

2019 & 2020 California Air Toxic Hot Spots Report (En Español)

        To view the data in the report (Appendix A & B) in excel, please download here

Prioritization Procedure

OEHHA HRA Guidelines

"Hot Spots" Supplemental HRA Guidelines

"Hot Spots" Facilities and Documents


This web mapping application contains information regarding facilities required to submit a Health Risk Assessment for Assembly Bill 2588. The following facilities presented represent those with actions taken starting in 2020.

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*Facility locations presented in this map are approximate based on the facility address or location.

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The following list includes documents related to approved Health Risk Assessments with public notices for facilities subject to this Program:

Health Risk Assessment Results

Public Notification Documents