Air Pollution Control Commission

Duties and Responsibilities

  • The commission may propose ordinances or amendments to ordinances for consideration by the Assembly that would serve to protect and enhance the quality of the air within the Borough. 
  • The commission shall review proposed revisions of regulations or other criteria related to the air quality program and make recommendations to the administration. 
  • The commission may develop or review Comprehensive Plans for prevention, abatement, and control of air pollution in the Borough. Such plans may include recommendations on subjects including, but not limited to, transportation control measures, zoning, taxation, research, and public relations.


Meetings are scheduled on the first Wednesday each quarter at 6:00 p.m. This information will be routinely updated to reflect any upcoming meetings. To watch live meetings, citizens may access them through the links below. Please note once the meeting has started a live red button will be available. If you are having issues, try refreshing your web browser.

The next Air Pollution Control Commission meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 7, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. in the Mona Lisa Drexler Assembly Chambers, Juanita Helms Administration Center, 907 Terminal Street, Fairbanks.

Additional Information

Citizens' Comments A

Agenda items not scheduled for public hearing

Citizens' Comments B

Items other than those appearing on the agenda

How to Provide Testimony

In-Person or Telephonic Testimony 

Once an agenda is published, citizens may sign up to testify in person or telephonically by doing one of the following:

  • Calling the Clerk's Office at 907-459-1401 no later than 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting;
  • Completing the online sign-up form no later than 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting; or
  • Signing up in person before the meeting has been called to order.

During the meeting, the Chair will invite citizens to the table or ask the Clerk to call citizens when it is their turn to speak. Please note the following:

  • Phone calls to citizens will come from an out-of-state number.
  • If a phone call is not answered, the Chair will move to the next citizen who has signed up.
  • Testimony will be heard in the order in which citizens have signed up.
  • Each citizen will have three minutes to provide testimony.
  • Other citizens attending in person my provide comments after those who have signed up.

Written Testimony

Citizens may submit comments using the online contact form or at