The Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District, Mono County Public Health Department, Inyo County Health and Human Services Department and Alpine County Public Health Department have developed recommendations to encourage the public to keep track of current air quality conditions and take steps to protect yourself and your family from wildfire smoke.
With all of the wildfires burning throughout the West, Mono County is experiencing air quality impacts, however smoke levels shift regularly due to wind and weather conditions. To help you and your family make good decisions, local and state agencies have developed a dedicated webpage designed to share some information on smoke pollution - focusing on health concerns, understanding air quality, and approaches to reducing exposure. The comprehensive page also has several quick links to current smoke, fire, weather, interactive maps and road conditions.
Click on the link below to be redirected to Living with Smoke.