Permits and Notifications

Air Quality Permits, Open Burning, Asbestos, Smog Exemptions & Online Payments.

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​Contact    |   Call:  (707) 433-5911   |   District FAQs

Check Air Quality:  For current Air Quality (AQI) and forecasts on your smart phone, visit AirNow.  This is a regional tool; for more detail, use AirNow Fire & Smoke Map.  Check often and review the AQI Activity Chart.








Planning & Sustainability

Legislative Platform, Support of Climate Sustainability, Partners, & Activities.

Are you in NoSoCoAir?

Community Programs

Incentives for EVs, EV Chargers, Wood stoves, Clean Diesel &Community Projects​.

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  • ​​Emergency Generators:  

Today's Air Quality

Local and Regional Air Quality in "Near Real Time" with Health index (AQI).





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Wildfire & Smoke Resources

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  • COVID-19 & Wildfire & Masks.  The combination of wildfire and COVID-19 is a brand-new phenomenon.  Please be aware that cloth masks used to slow the spread of COVID-19 do not catch small, harmful particles in smoke that can harm your health.  The best way to protect yourself is to stay indoors if possible during wildfire events.  If you must remain outdoors in unhealthy air for extended periods due to work or other factors you may particularly benefit from an N-95 mask or respirator if approved by your physician.  Always wear a mask or facial covering to prevent the spread of COVID when you go outside your home.  KQED provides an excellent overview, and as always, please consult with your physician regarding what is appropriate for your health and situation. 

* You may also open a full screen map.

There are two air districts in Sonoma County with separate territory, air pollution control programs, and regulations: 

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Air District Boards

Board of Directors, Hearing Board, and

Meeting Schedule & Agendas.

​​Welcome!  The Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District (NoSoCoAir) is the regulatory agency responsible for air quality in the northern Sonoma County region.

  • District Operations During COVID-19:  ​During the COVID-19 epidemic, the District office will be closed for walk-in service while the District team tele-works to support public health and safety.  Essential District services will remain available, but processes may be slighly slower during this period.  We kindly ask for your patience.  Please call our office front desk at (707) 433-5911 or you may e-mail or call a team member directly to leave a message.  Be sure to leave your name, phone number, and a detailed message.  We will be checking messages frequently and will respond as soon as possible.​​

Check the map tool, below, to verify by your address:

News and Announcements

Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District 

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Bay Area Air Quality Management District