Clean Air Coalition Advisory Committee
Learn about the Clean Air Coalition Advisory Committee, including purpose, upcoming meetings and special projects.
About the CACAC
Members of the Clean Air Coalition Advisory Committee, a subcommittee of the Central Texas Clean Air Coalition, share data, best practices and other information to help participating coalition jurisdictions implement the 8-Hour O3 Flex Plan, an ongoing regional initiative to reduce ozone pollution.
The CACAC, chaired by air quality program specialist Andrew Hoekzema of CAPCOG and air quality program coordinator Pharr Andrews of the City of Austin, includes staff representatives from the cities and counties that participate in the 8-O3 Flex Plan and representatives from the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, Texas Department of Transportation, Capital Area Metropolitan Transit Authority, CLEAN AIR Force, Sierra Club, Lower Colorado River Authority, Austin Energy, HOLT CAT, Green Mountain Energy, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 6.
Clean Air Coalition Advisory Committee meetings generally occur the first Thursday of each month at 1:30 p.m. by conference call. Quarterly in-person meetings occur on the February, May, August and November dates.