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Corpus Christi: Contacts and SIP-Related Links

How to contact the TCEQ, contact local planning groups, and access other helpful links.

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Designated Air Quality Planning Group

Pollution Prevention Partnership
Trent Thigpen, Program Manager
The Pollution Prevention Partnership (P3) started in 1995 to address air quality issues in Corpus Christi. The Pollution Prevention Partnership delivers a broad range of environmental assistance programs and services including environmental education, pollution prevention, and environmental compliance assistance to citizens, schools, businesses, industry, and governments throughout the Coastal Bend. 

City of Corpus Christi Environmental Strategic Initiatives Department
Phone: (361) 826-1614
P.O. Box 9277, Corpus Christi, TX 78401

Corpus Christi Metropolitan Planning Organization Environmental/Air Quality Studies  
Ozone Advance and Eight-hour Ozone Flex annual reports include ozone monitoring data and analysis in the Corpus Christi Urban Air Shed, detailing the effectiveness of voluntary and mandatory control measures, and the latest information on implementation of control measures.

Coastal Bend Air Quality Partnership
The Coastal Bend Air Quality Partnership (formerly the Corpus Christi Air Quality Group) is a community based group of volunteers representing area municipal and county government, business and industry, local universities, public agencies, a regional planning organization, the military and the news media. The Partnership works to stay abreast of local ozone levels, seek funding for air quality programs, and identify and implement programs best suited to reduce ozone-causing emissions in our air. The purpose of the Partnership and its activities is to keep Corpus Christi air healthy and in compliance with EPA standards.