​Contact    |   Call:  (707) 433-5911   |   District FAQs

Northern Sonoma Includes: 

Please use the map tool at the left to verify your District and to determine jurisdiction for permit and grant programs.

Today's Air Quality

Local and Regional Air Quality in "Near Real Time" with Health index (AQI).

Community Programs

Incentives for EVs, EV Chargers, Wood stoves, Clean Diesel &Community Projects​.

  • November 1, 2019:  Ash Cleanup & Asbestos Notification.  District wildfire recovery FAQs in English | Spanish.
  • Don't Get Burned By Buying or Selling a Non-certified Wood Stove.  District rule & county building code require sale & installation of EPA-certified stoves for new construction & remodeling.  Read More..
  • Online Payment Option for permits. See our "Permits" page for available options.

Planning & Sustainability

Legislative Platform, Support of Climate Sustainability, Partners, & Activities.

  • Power Outages.  During extreme weather, PG&E may perform Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) resulting in power loss, potentially lasting for several days.  Visit PG&E site for:   Prepare | Forecast | Alerts 

Bay Area Includes: 

Prepare for Fire Season


​​​Bloomfield, Cotati, El Verano, Fulton, Glen Ellen, Graton, Kenwood, Penngrove, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma, Valley Ford, Windsor.​​

Contact:  Web or 1-800-HELP-AIR

Air District Boards

Board of Directors, Hearing Board, and

Meeting Schedule & Agendas.

Coronavirus Update:  Begining March 16th, NSCAPCD offices will be closed while staff tele-work and support County of Sonoma emergency operations.  Essential District services will remain available, but processes may be slowed during this period.  We kindly ask for your patience.

Please call our office at (707) 433-5911, being sure to leave your name, phone number, and a detailed message.  Staff will be checking messages frequently and will respond as soon as possible.

We encourage you to visit the County of Sonoma's emergency website for up to date information about the current situation:


There are two air districts in Sonoma County with separate territory, air pollution control programs, and regulations: 

  • Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District 
  • Bay Area Air Quality Management District

Permits and Notifications

Air Quality Permits, Open Burning, Asbestos, Smog Exemptions & Online Payments.

News and Announcements

Are you in the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District?


Annapolis, Bodega, Bodega Bay, Camp Meeker, Cazadero, Cloverdale, Duncans Mills, Forestville, Geyserville, Guerneville, Healdsburg, Jenner, Monte Rio, Rio Nido, Sea Ranch.

Check the map below to verify by your address:

* You may also open a full screen map.

Welcome!  The Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District is the regulatory agency responsible for air quality in the northern Sonoma County region.