Regulations & Fees
We encourage business owners and residents to be familar with our regulations, which are linked below. New and revised regulation documents are uploaded on or near their effective date, not their adoption date. If you would like these documents in another format, please contact us.
Stay up to date with proposed regulations and related public comment periods and public hearings.
Consolidated Fee Schedule
Click here to view or download the current consolidated fee schedule. Refer to Regulation I, Article X: Fees and Charges, listed below for more information.
- Table of Contents
- Article I: Policy, short title and definitions
- Article II: General provisions
- Article III: Variances
- Article IV: Registration - types of facilities registered and registration requirements
- Article V: Related to new, modified and temporary stationary sources and replacement or alteration of emissions control equipment
- Article VI: Emissions prohibited. Each section of Article VI is saved as a pdf for easy viewing:
6.01 - outdoor burning
6.02 - visible emissions
6.03 - incinerators
6.04 - emissions of an air contaminant detrimental to person; property
6.05 - particulate matter; preventing PM from becoming airborne
6.06 - emission of air contaminant or water vapor, detriment to persons or property
6.07 - emission of air contaminant concealment and masking restricted
6.08 - report of breakdown
6.09 - reserved
6.10 - repealed
6.11 - agricultural burning
6.12 - reserved
6.13 - general surface coating
6.14 - standards for controlling PM on paved surfaces
6.15 - standards for controlling PM on unpaved surfaces
6.16 - repealed
6.17 - standards for municipal solid waste combustors
6.18 - standards for marijuana producers and processors
- Article VII: Reserved
- Article VIII: Solid fuel burning device standards
Appendix - The adoption history for Regulation I and Regulation II
Repealed in 2004 and incorporated into Regulation I.
State and Federal rules and regulations
You can search for referenced State and Federal rules and regulations at the following links:
In January of 2008, the U.S. EPA finalized new federal rules for area sources that may impact businesses throughout Spokane County.