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Weber County struggles with air quality issues, frequently going above acceptable standards for air pollution. This can have long-term health effects for our residents. Our children, elderly and those who have heart and lung diseases are especially sensitive. Weber-Morgan Health Department has developed this web site to help residents know what they can do to protect their health from these long-term effects and how they can help reduce air pollution in our community.

Below is the current Air Quality Index for the Ogden-area. The Air Quality Index is calculated using the current amounts of five major pollutants in our air: ground-level ozone, particulate matter, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide.

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Ogden, UT City Data by AreaVibes

Air Quality Index
(AQI) Values
Levels of Health Concern Action
When the AQI is in this range: ..air quality conditions are: ..to protect your health:
0-50 Good Green - Regular practices such as carpooling, walking, using mass transit and riding a bike will help keep our air clean.
51-100 Moderate Yellow - Unusually sensitive people should consider reducing prolonged or heavy exertion outdoors.
101-150 Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups Orange - Active children and adults, people with heart and lung diseases should reduce outdoor activities.
151-200 Unhealthy Red - Active children and adults, people with heart and lung diseases should avoid outdoor exertion. All others should reduce outdoor exertion.
201-300 Very Unhealthy Purple - Active children and adults, people with heart and lung diseases should avoid all outdoor exertion. All others should reduce outdoor exertion.
301-500 Hazardous Maroon - Everyone should avoid all physical activities outdoors.