The City of Tempe works to promote healthy outdoor air for all citizens. Commitments we make and what citizens can contribute to Air Quality are all critical to improve air quality in the region.
Encourage the use of Alternative Modes of Transportation.
Sweeping with PM-10 efficient sweepers
Paving and stabilization of streets, lots and alleys
Keeping a fleet of energy efficient vehicles
Work with regional partners to promote healthy air in the valley
What you can do to?
- Keep your driveway and parking areas dust proof
- Do not drive or park a motor vehicle on a vacant lot or where surfaces are not paved or dust
- Avoid blowing leaves into public road or use your leaf blower on a high particulate pollution advisory day
- Make sure wood burning is not occurring on no burn or a high particulate pollution advisory day.
If you plan to light a fire, consult the Residential Woodburning Toolkit. Click here to get to the page.
Current Air Quality Conditions:
Read about what we can do together:
Click here to get our dust control brochure.
Haga clic aquí para obtener nuestro folleto sobre control de polvo.
Click here to access information about leaf blower use restrictions in the City of Tempe.
Haga clic aquí para obtener nuestro folleto, acerca de uso del soplador de hojas.
Click here to be informed about the Dust Action Plan.
Click here to file a dust violation report with Tempe 311.
If you do construction work:
Click here to access the Tempe Track-out Advisory
Click here to get the Maricopa County Air Quality Department Dust Abatement Handbook.
Click here to get the Maricopa County Air Quality Department Field Guide.
Haga clic aquí para obtener la Guía de Campo del Maricopa Condado Departamento de Calidad del Airera.
Click here to get to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Prevent Pollution Guide.
Click here to access their leaf blower pointer guide.
Haga clic aquí para acceder a su guía puntero soplador de hojas.