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Facility Forms & Resources
Welcome to LRAPA’s Facility Forms & Resources page. Below are all the varying forms, documents, and resources made available by LRAPA.

For questions or information requests regarding forms and items listed here contact LRAPA staff at permitting@lrapa.org or 541-736-1056.

Air Permitting Forms

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In Lane County, the Lane Regional Air Protection Agency (LRAPA) is responsible for issuing air permits to commercial and industrial operations with emissions above certain thresholds. LRAPA’s air permits have operational requirements that follow Federal, State, and Local regulations designed to minimize emissions from businesses. Below are the many forms used in air permitting. For questions about these forms please contact permitting@lrapa.org.

 

Title V Forms

All application and reporting forms for Federal Title V Operational Air permits can be found on the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality’s Title V Forms and Guidance webpage. 

2023’s Emission Reporting Calendar for Lane County sources subject to Title V and Oregon GHG reporting program.

 

Air Contaminant Discharge Permit (ACDP) Forms

All application and reporting forms for Air Contaminant Discharge Permits in Lane County are below.

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Air Quality Compliance Calendars

The State of Oregon, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), and the Lane Regional Air Protection Agency (LRAPA) have developed calendars for the use of gasoline dispensing facilities and dry cleaning facilities with reporting responsibilities. These tools are intended to assist regulated businesses remain in compliance with all requirements.

 

Other LRAPA Forms

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Asbestos Forms

Contractors, business owners and landlords must identify and properly abate asbestos-containing materials before renovation or demolition of any building. The below forms are used for notifying LRAPA of asbestos abatement wok to be conducted, as well as to transport and dispose of asbestos-containing waste at disposal locations which accept asbestos-containing waste.

Outdoor Burning Forms

Residential outdoor burning is the outdoor burning of clean, woody yard trimmings which are generated in or around a dwelling for four or fewer family living units.

Home Wood Heating Forms

Home Wood Heating is burning wood in fireplaces and wood stoves for heat. LRAPA issues daily green, yellow, and red burn advisories from Oct 1 through May 31, based on air quality conditions. These advisories permit, limit, or restrict the use of fireplaces and wood stoves. Low-income residents can apply for an exemption to the daily advisory (note: general smoke opacity limits still apply to exempt households). The application is available in both English and Spanish.

LRAPA monitors air quality throughout Lane County with eight regulatory-grade monitors and over 90 commercial-grade air sensors. Air Quality Index values are updated hourly.

Find the current air quality, look up the closest monitor to you, and learn more about the Air Quality Index (AQI) on the Current Air Quality Page.

LRAPA regulates the burning of wood and yard debris, known as “outdoor burning,” in Lane County. LRAPA also enforces home wood heating – such as fireplaces and wood stoves – opacity ordinances for the cities of Eugene, Springfield and Oakridge.

Seasonal and daily restrictions can exist for both forms of burning. Check to see if there are any active burning curtailments in effect on the burning restrictions webpage.

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LRAPA is responsible for issuing air permits to commercial and industrial operations with emissions above a certain threshold. Check to see if your business needs a permit by following our 5-step guide on our Permitting Overview webpage.

Asbestos is the name of a group of naturally occurring fibrous minerals that are heat-resistant, strong and extremely durable. Asbestos has historically been used in over 4,000 building products because of these properties.

Asbestos can cause lung cancer, asbestosis and mesothelioma. There is no safe level of exposure to friable asbestos.

LRAPA regularly solicits public comment on proposed agency actions such as rule changes, proposed air permits, and the agency’s annual budget. LRAPA also hosts monthly Board of Director and Citizen Advisory Committee meetings.

Learn more about these public comment window and public meetings on our News, Notices & Public Calendar webpage.

The physical environment is a crucial component of any individual’s health and well-being.  Every community needs access to safe air, land and water.  LRAPA has curated together a collation of topics commonly asked about by the community to provide information, important details, and connect interested community members with resources.

Explore the many topics of information on our Community Center webpage.

LRAPA is the local air authority responsible for monitoring Lane County’s air and administering programs that protect and improve air quality. LRAPA was founded in 1968 as an intergovernmental agreement between the cities of Springfield and Eugene. Today’s intergovernmental agreement includes Lane County and the cities of Cottage Grove, Eugene, Oakridge, and Springfield.