Air Quality

  1. COVID-19: Effective March 24, the Air Quality Department customer intake counters are closed. The following options are available for customers...

Working to improve the air of Maricopa County so customers, residents, and visitors can live, work, and play in a healthy environment.



This site will provide you with information on the air quality forecast, current restrictions, pollution reduction incentive programs, classroom outreach, and tips to help reduce air pollution.


p: 602-506-6010
f: 602-372-0587

Locations and Hours (Permit Intake/Kiosk Locations and Parking Map)
Customer Service Feedback
Ombudsman Office: 602-526-6148


  1. Resources for the Regulated Community

    Resources for Regulated Community

    A collection of applications, forms, handbooks, reports, rules, and other documents

  1. Rapid Response Notifications

    Rapid Response Notifications

    Sign up to receive an email or text when dust pollution levels begin to rise at selected air monitoring locations

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  1. Air Pollution Alerts

    Air Pollution Alerts

    Sign up to receive email and/or text alerts when a High Pollution Advisory or High Pollution Watch is issued in Maricopa County


The Maricopa County Air Quality Department's core values center on working closely with our customers, residents, and visitors to improve air quality through innovation, collaboration and technology. We serve our customers through timely, open, and honest communication and by maintaining a diverse and well-trained workforce that is respected for its positive attitude, integrity and stewardship of the public’s resources and the environment.