AirNow Announcements

11/06/2017: Rescheduled Dates for the National Air Quality Conference Announced. The National Air Quality Conference will be held Wednesday - Friday, January 24-26, 2018, in Austin, Texas. - Registration Now Open!

NEW: Current SO2 and H2S levels on Hawaii Island

A new monitoring network is reporting real-time SO2 and H2S data during the current Kilauea volcanic eruption on Hawaii Island.

Additional air quality resources for Hawaii residents and visitors

Air Quality Information for Hawaii Residents and Visitors

Hawai'i Short Term SO2 Advisory: Current sulfur dioxide (SO2) levels due to the Kilauea Volcano on the Island of Hawai'i.

Air Quality Awareness Week is April 30 - May 4, 2018.

Now Available: 2018 National Air Quality Conference Presentations.

Did you know that February is Heart Month? Heart Please join us to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease to lower risk. Learn More

10/12/17: Due to the CA wildfires, AirNow.gov is experiencing extremely high traffic and some pages may be slow to load. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

Now available: Particle Pollution and Your Patients’ Health: This online training provides healthcare practitioners information to help patients reduce their risk of particle pollution-related health effects. Continuing education credits available from CDC. Learn more

2017 National Air Quality Conference to be Rescheduled

Due to the ongoing impacts of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, EPA will reschedule the National Air Quality Conference originally slated for Sept. 11-13, 2017 in Austin. We will post updates to this website once we have a new conference date.
Fire air quality information: Looking for information about air quality near wildfires? AirNow gives you two ways to find out. The “Current AQI” map now appears first when you visit www.airnow.gov. Click on your state for more information. For more detailed information on air quality and fires, visit Fires: Current Conditions,” which includes information from AirNow monitors, temporary monitors near wildfires, and satellites.

8/1/17: The Smoke Sense mobile application is now LIVE! Learn more.