What is ISP?
The Sacramento Region Air Quality and Infill Streamlining Program (ISP) is a grant program to assist the Sacramento Region in meeting federal air quality standards and the requirements of California’s Sustainable Communities and Climate Protection Act of 2008 (SB 375). The ISP provides technical and financial assistance to local jurisdictions to facilitate community planning projects in infill locations, to improve air quality through land use measures that help reduce vehicle miles traveled.
The ISP is funded with air quality funds from the Sacramento Region and is operated by the Local Government Commission (LGC) in cooperation with the five air districts in the Sacramento Federal Non-attainment Area for ozone (SFNA) and SACOG.
Who can apply?
Local government agencies with land use planning authority located in the SFNA and SACOG regions.
How to apply?
The ISP provides a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that describes how to apply for assistance. The RFP includes user-friendly application forms. See Program Documents for the RFP and application forms on LGC's ISP web page.
Release of RFP – November 15, 2010
Project Summary Form Due – December 10, 2010
For More Information - ISP Contacts
ISP Oversight - Policy Committee
The Policy Committee is an advisory body to the ISP, and is responsible for approving infill projects for ISP assistance. It is comprised of board members from air districts in the SFNA. Meetings of the Policy Committee will be publicly noticed on the Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD’s ISP web page and calendar.
Policy Committee Member
|El Dorado County AQMD||John Knight, El Dorado County Supervisor|
|Feather River APCD||Larry Montna, Sutter County Supervisor|
|Placer County APCD||Peter Hill, City of Rocklin Councilmember|
|Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD||Steve Cohn, City of Sacramento Councilmember|
|Yolo-Solano AQMD||Rochelle Swanson, City of Davis Councilmember
Alternate – Art Pimentel, City of Woodland Mayor