Air Resources Board
California's Legislature established the Air Resources Board (ARB) in 1967 to attain and maintain healthy air quality, conduct research into the causes of and solutions to air pollution, and systematically attack the serious problem caused by motor vehicles, which are the major causes of air pollution in the State
The ARB: 1. Sets and enforces emission standards for motor vehicles, fuels and consumer products. 2. Sets health-based air quality standards. 3. Conducts research. 4. Monitors air quality. 5. Identifies and sets control measures for toxic air contaminants. 6. Provides compliance assistance for businesses. 7. Produces education and outreach programs and materials. 8. Oversees and assists local air quality districts which regulate most non-vehicular sources of air pollution.
Air Resources Board PO Box 2815 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 322-2990-Public Information Office (media inquiries) (800) 242-4450-General Inquiries (916) 445-5025 Fax www.arb.ca.gov
The Compliance Complaint Unit will take complaints regarding air quality problems, smoking vehicles, smog violations, and any air quality violation.
Compliance Complaint Unit (800) 952-5588