455 23rd Street, Ogden, Utah
Main Line: 801-399-7200
Since 1991, Weber-Morgan Health Department has operated a federally-mandated Mobile Source (I/M) Air Quality Program in an effort to meet EPA guidelines for healthy air in our community. This program focuses on helping drivers understand their role in our local air quality.
WMHD works to educate local auto repair shop owners and technicians to monitor vehicles located within Weber County to reduce the impact of auto emissions on the particulate counts and gasses emitted into the air.
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.
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To the left 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.
Help us Be Weber Air Aware. Drive less. Reduce idling. Maintain your vehicle.
Have you noticed vehicles putting out excessive amounts of smoky exhaust while being driven? These vehicles are generally gross polluters and should have repairs performed to allow the vehicles to meet emission requirements.
If you see such a vehicle being driven and would like to report it for testing, please make note of the license plate number, a description of the vehicle (make and color, etc.), the location, the date and time when you saw the vehicle.
We do not accept anonymous complaints. Please provide your name and phone number. Your information will remain private and won't be disclosed to the public. If you prefer, you can also call (801) 399-SMOG(7664).
Report a smoking vehicle by completing and submitting the form below: (Supported browsers: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari)