Vehicle Emissions Center:
Smoking Vehicle Hotline:
2nd Floor Room #200
(Relocating soon)236 East Young St.
Air pollution can have long-term health effects for our residents. Children, elderly and those who have heart and lung diseases are especially sensitive. Weber-Morgan Health Department has developed this web page 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.
Please join us. Drive less by walking, biking or taking public transportation. Reduce idling, by shutting off your vehicle anytime it is stopped for more than a minute. Maintain your vehicle, by keeping up with your vehicle’s emission tests and keeping your car in good repair.
Help us Be Weber Air Aware. Drive less. Reduce idling. Maintain your vehicle.
To view the Forecast Legend, click here or on the Action circles.
|Air Quality Index
|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.|