Partners - For state, local and tribal agencies
- Ozone and Particles - Maps and Forecasts
- Ozone Media Materials
- Outreach Tools
- Related Programs
2/1/16: Now Available! Air Quality Guide for Particle Pollution (en Español) - Guía de la calidad del aire sobre la contaminación por partículas.
2/1/16: Now Available! Air Quality Guide For Ozone (en Español) - Guía de calidad de aíre para el ozono.
1/28/16: Updated Fact Sheet - Heart Disease, Stroke, and Outdoor Air Pollution. (PDF, 2 pp., 439KB)
- Current Ozone and Particle Maps - major city AQI data listed by state
- NOAA's National Weather Service - National Air Quality Forecast Capability
- NOAA Forecast Maps - The NOAA map is the output numerical photochemical model that creates a gridded file for the entire United States. This is different from the AirNow maps, which are the output of data provided from our participating State and local agencies.
- Ozone Facts
- Newsletter ads (PDF, 12 pp., 556KB)
- Newspaper ads (PDF, 7 pp., 838KB)
- Live-read public service announcements (PDF, 5 pp., 114KB)
- Ozone Print Quality Graphics - Download photos and graphics for publication and broadcast.
- Twitter feed
- Facebook page
- AirNow app
- AirNow widget
- How AirNow Works: The Air Quality Index and You Poster (PDF, 1 p., 9MB)
- AirNow images - Download Images and logos for AirNow, AQI, and EnviroFLASH
- Guidelines for Developing an Air Quality (Ozone and PM2.5) Forecasting Program (PDF, 126 pp., 1.47MB, about PDF)
- Why is Coco Orange? - picture book about the Air Quality Index:
- EnviroFlash Toolkit - helps state and local EnviroFlash partners market and promote the system. The toolkit includes business card templates and public service announcements, including four radio PSAs.
- AirNow Publications
- Burn Wise:
EPA's Burn Wise is a partnership program that emphasizes the importance of burning the right wood, the right way, in the right wood-burning appliance to protect your home, health, and the air we breathe.
- Air Quality Flag Program:
EPA's Air Quality Flag Program alerts organizations to the local air quality forecast and helps them to take actions to protect people’s health, including those with asthma.