Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District Meeting on Per Capita Fees
The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District is holding a community meeting on Thursday, September 12 to discuss the need for a new per capita fee necessary to support the District’s air quality and climate programs and to pursue opportunities for new clean air and future mobility projects in Folsom.
District staff will discuss how this fee will give the agency the opportunity to leverage local resources and bring additional state funds to provide clean air, low-carbon transportation projects to the residents of Folsom and the region. For example, the District can help Folsom acquire new zero emission electric school buses to replace existing polluting school buses. At the meeting, the District will have an electric school bus and other technologies on display.
Councilmember Roger Gaylord, who represents the City of Folsom on the Sacramento Metro Air District Board of Directors, will be in attendance.
When: Thursday, September 12 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Folsom Community Center, 52 Natoma Street, Folsom, CA, 95630