Air Pollution Control Hearing Board
The Air Pollution Control Hearing Board (APCHB) is a fair and unbiased panel that hears appeals when a negotiated resolution cannot be achieved. The APCHB meets the first Tuesday of every month (as needed).
The Air Pollution Control Hearing Board consists of seven members who are not employees of the state or any of its political subdivisions and are recommended by the Air Quality Management Division and approved by the District Board of Health. One member of the board shall be an attorney, one member shall be a Nevada licensed Engineer, and one member shall be a Nevada licensed contractor.
Any person may bring an appeal to the Hearing Board if they feel they have been aggrieved in any of the following ways.
- Received a denial, suspension, or revocation of a permit
- Received a suspension or revocation of a variance
- Received a Notice of Violation Citation
- Where there exists a disagreements with conditions or amendments to a permit
After receiving evidence and conducting a hearing, the APCHB shall forward its findings and recommendations to the District Board of Health for final decision.
Petitions to the Air Pollution Control Hearing Board can be made by filling out the application located at the Air Quality Forms & Applications page.