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Some local air districts enforce mandatory burning curtailment programs during winter months that may prohibit residential burning on days when air quality is considered poor. A typical winter burn program runs from November to February. Most days it’s ok to burn, but “no burn“ days can be issued at the discretion of the local districts if the concentration of particulate matter (PM2.5) is outside of their prescribed threshold. Normally an agency will call a no burn day when a layer of cold air gets trapped by another layer of warmer air; this creates an inversion that acts like a cover that can trap pollutants within the cold, stagnant air close to the ground. Fine particle emissions can come from sources like automobiles, fireplaces, and industrial manufacturing.

Each local air district enacts different air quality programs, usually based on air quality guidelines from the EPA, so be sure to check with the correct agency that corresponds with your location by entering your zip code above or clicking on your district to the right.

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Bay Area Air Quality Management District

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District

Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency

Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency

Northwest Clean Air Agency

State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

Olympic Region Clean Air Agency

Maricopa Country Air Quality Department

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Idaho Department of Environmental Quality

City of Albuquerque No Burn Program

Utah Department of Environmental Quality