Air Quality Advisory

Air Quality Advisory through Sunday, October 21, due to wildfire smoke from southern Oregon fires. See our Wildfire Safety Tips web page.

California Hot Spots Program

Learn about the steps needed to find air toxics hot spots, assess related health risks, and reduce those risks.

A “hot spot” is an area where air toxics levels are higher than in the overall region. This may be caused by emissions from a local facility.

The Air Toxics Hot Spots Program requires permitted industrial, commercial, and public facilities to report on the air toxics they release.

Carol Allen
Assistant Manager, Engineering

415.749.4702

Spare the Air Status
Spare the Air Status
  • Friday,
    10/19

    No Spare the Air Alert in Effect

  • Saturday,
    10/20

    No Spare the Air Alert in Effect

Last Updated: 10/5/2018