Air Quality Maintenance Plan for the Town of Mammoth Lakes



January 11, 2018

2017 Triennial Progress Report for the Town of Mammoth Lakes Air Quality Management Plan
The US EPA requires areas to track the progress of maintenance plans. In the 2014 Air Quality Maintenance Plan, the Town of Mammoth Lakes and the District committed to submitting progress reports every third year, starting in 2017, to track the progress of the maintenance plan. As specified, the attached progress report includes an update on PM10 air quality and an updated peak daily emission inventory for all sources in the planning area. Air quality trends and emission analysis continue to demonstrate that the adopted control measures of the 2014 Air Quality Maintenance Plan, enforceable through District Rule 431-Particulate Emissions and the Town of Mammoth Lakes Municipal Code Chapter 8.30, are sufficient to maintain compliance with the PM10 Federal Standard for the Town of Mammoth Lakes.


May 5, 2014

Air Quality Maintenance Plan and Redesignation Request for the Town of Mammoth Lakes
Updated 2014 - The Town of Mammoth Lakes is updating the 1990 Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP) with a grant from the Clean Air Projects Program (CAPP). This includes an update to the Town's Particulate Emissions Regulations, contained in Municipal Code Chapter 8.30. The Town of Mammoth Lakes is working closely with Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District (GBUAPCD) staff on this effort.


November 30, 1990
Air Quality Management Plan for the Town of Mammoth Lakes (.pdf, 11.7MB)

Street Sweeper Efficiency Study for the Town of Mammoth Lakes