Employer Program

Started to share alerts with the Bay Area’s workforce, the Spare the Air Employer Program helps employees participate in air quality improvement efforts year round. Today, more than 2,000 businesses and government agencies are active in the program.

How It Works

The day before a Spare the Air Alert is in effect, employers receive a notice to forward to their employees. With this advance notice, employees have the opportunity to arrange carpools, plan to bike or take transit, or make arrangements to telecommute. All of these efforts reduce the number of vehicle trips taken and help lower emissions on a critical air quality day.

Welcome New Employer Program Members

Afikomen Judaica, Berkeley

Applied Survey Research, San Jose

Applied Survey Research, Watsonville

Berkeley Natural Grocery, Berkeley

Bonnie Ayers Namkung, San Rafael

Camp k-9 of Marin, Corte Madera

Costello & Sons Insurance Brokers, San Rafael

Crocker & Starr Wines, St Helena

EcoCenter at Heron's Head Park, San Francisco

Flacos, Berkeley

Franklin Bros. Market, Berkeley

LinkedIn, Sunnyvale

Mike Alvarado Cert, San Jose

QuEST, Inc., Oakland

Ruth L Zamist, CPA, San Rafael

Sterling Vineyard, Calistoga

View all 2,000-plus Employer Program members

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San Francisco Bay Area
Air Quality Status
Sunday, 6/16
No Alert
Monday, 6/17
No Alert

5-Day Air Quality Forecast
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Northern Zone
50
42
46
50
M
Coast and Central Bay
53
50
50
50
M
Eastern Zone
40
39
45
58
M
South Central Bay
42
46
44
51
M
Santa Clara Valley
40
40
44
54
M
Sunday, June 16
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