A formal cooperative airshed management process began in 1995 when the Prince George Airshed Technical Management Committee formed to develop the management plan for the city, Prince George Air Quality Management Plan – Phase One. Members of this committee included the City of Prince George, Regional District of Fraser Fort George, and the former Ministry of Environment, Lands, and Parks.
In 1998, the Prince George Airshed Technical Management Committee transitioned into the Prince George Air Quality Implementation Committee to implement the Phase One Plan. This same committee developed the Prince George Air Quality Management Plan – Phase Two in 2006.
The City of Prince George established the Mayor's Task Force on Air Quality in 2006 to independently examine the progress being made toward improving the air quality in Prince George. One of the recommendations of this review was to replace the current air quality management structure with a single cooperative Roundtable the provided opportunity for a range of interests to be represented. PGAIR was subsequently established.
Prince George Air Improvement Roundtable
Board (18 Member Organizations)
Operations Committee (4 - 6 core members)