Today's Air Quality
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The air quality in Miami-Dade rarely falls below the Air Quality Index (AQI) range of "Good," but when it does, people with sensitivity to air pollution such as the elderly, the young, and those with respiratory conditions, can be affected. Air quality information is recommended for individuals with respiratory illnesses, schools, day care centers, hospitals, and hospice and elderly service facilities.
Miami-Dade County is offering the Air Quality Notification Service that you can customize for your own needs, allowing you to protect the health of yourself and your family. By notifying you about our air quality, you don't have to go searching for it!
- Ozone Information
- Particulate Matter Information
- Carbon Monoxide Information
- AQI Maps and Other Information
- Smoke from Agricultural and Forest Fires
- How Smoke from Fires Can Affect Your Health
Air Quality Standards and Trends
The purpose of the Air Quality Index (AQI) is to help you understand what local air quality means to your health. To make the AQI as easy to understand as possible, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has divided the AQI scale into six categories. Each category corresponds to a different level of health concern.
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