Under certain meteorological conditions, high levels of air pollution can accumulate in the Salt Lake Valley. Concentrations of particulate matter, ozone, or carbon monoxide, often referred to as "inversion," can reach moderate or unhealthy levels in our air.
See current air quality conditions throughout the region via the AirView Air Quality Map.
To help improve air quality in the Salt Lake Valley, the Air Quality Bureau administers several educational and regulatory programs, including the Vehicle Emissions Program and a wood burning regulation.
Air Quality Bureau
Environmental Health Division
788 East Woodoak Lane (5380 South)
Murray, UT 84107-6379
385-468-3837 / HealthAir@slco.org