Air Quality Awareness Week is May 4-8
National Air Quality Awareness Week starts Monday
At Tuesday's City Council meeting, City Council declared May 4-8 as Air Quality Awareness Week with a proclamation. The Environmental Protection Agency’s National Air Quality Awareness Week and the month of May is dedicated to “Improving Our Nation’s Air” by the agency as well. Air Quality Awareness Week focuses on educating individuals on air quality, what it means, where is comes from and how it affects people. Each day will cover a different topic related to air quality as follows:
- Monday: Wildfires & Smoke
- Tuesday: Asthma & Your Health
- Wednesday: Where’s Your AIQ Coming From?
- Thursday: Air Quality Around the World
- Friday: Air quality educational resources for children
Follow the City’s Facebook page to learn more about air quality over the course of the week and become a more Air Aware resident.