- Department Description
- Mission Statement
- Public Records Request Form
- Arizona Air Quality Links
- EPA Links
Air Quality Forecast
- The Air Quality Index (AQI) Forecast is an education and outreach tool provided by Pinal County Air Quality. The forecast provides people with the necessary information to make informed decisions about their outdoor activities (i.e. limit polluting activities and/or limit potential health impacts).
Air Quality News
- Listing of workshops, stakeholder meetings, educational outreach, non-attainment documents, non-attainment links, and reports.
Air Quality Report
- The AQI is an index for reporting daily air quality. It tells you how clean or polluted your air is, and what associated health effects might be a concern for you.
- Definitions of Ozone, Particulate Matter (PM2.5), and Particulate Matter (PM10)
- Links to ADEQ Air Quality Forecast and EPA Live Ozone Maps
- PCAQCD maintains an asbestos removal/demolition notification program which administers regulations designed to minimize the release of asbestos fibers during the renovation and demolition of commercial facilities.
- What is Asbestos?
- Why is Asbestos a hazard?
- Notification Requirements
- Additional Information:
- Arizona Asbestos Regulatory Agencies
- Asbestos Neshap Regulations (Pamphlet)
- EPA Asbestos Regulations
- Asbestos Notification
- Burn permit program helps minimize local nuisances and possible toxic impacts.
- Residential, Commercial, Agricultural
Additional Burn Information
- Training Exercise Fires
- Building Demolition Fires
- Destruction of Dangerous Material Fires
- Air Curtain Destructor
- Recreation Fires
- Public Officer Fires
- 2010 Burn Restrictions
- Area A Fireplace Ordinance
- Burn Permit Requirements
- Fire Department Information
- Open burning Information (Brochure)
- Wood Burning Handbook
- Burn Application
- Reporting Requirements
- Postal Address
- Phone Numbers
- Hours of Operation
- Physical Address
- Providing the customer with the opportunity to provide feedback regarding our website
- Provides definitions of terms used through out the PCAQCD website
- Program was initiated to reduce complaints and particulate matter emissions from construction sites.
- What is Particulate Matter (PM-10)?
- What is PM 2.5?
- What is Fugitive Dust?
Apache Junction Dust Rules (T1N R8E)
- Apache Junction Dust Rules
- Construction Site Rules
- Fugitive Dust Rules
- Vacant Lot Dust Rules
- Article 4 Commercial Drives Parking & Yards
- Article 5 Residential Parking & Drives
- Article 6 Nonattainment & Area A Vehicle Parking Vacant Lots
- Article 7 Construction Fugitive Dust
- Article 8 Stabilization Vacant Lots
- Article 9 Test Methods
- Area A & Area C Map
- Nonattainment Map
- Public Record Request
- Dust Brochure
Exceptional Events & Public Notices
- An event that affects air quality (dust storms, fires, etc.)
- Is not controllable or preventable
- Caused by human activity that is unlikely to recur
- Previous Years Exceptional Events (2007 - 2009)
- 2010 Quarterly Summaries
- 2010 Quarterly Exceptional Event
- Download EPA’s Exceptional Event Rule
- Public Notices - Provides the public with the opportunity to review and comment on the air quality agency's documentation. Air quality agencies have the opportunity to flag air quality exceedance data associated with "exceptional events". Annually, this information is sent to EPA to concur with the flag (s) and exclude the data for compliance.
- General questions and answers
File A Complaint Form
- An online form that is available to submit complaints regarding fugitive dust, burn, or odor, or industrial sites to PCAQCD. PCAQCD maintains an enforcement capacity, to force compliance where lesser measures prove inadequate.
- Using color-coded flags, schools will raise a flag that signals how healthy the air is that day.
- Volunteer participants welcome.
- The permits provides a yardstick to measure individual source performance, and also provide each operator with a compliance road map.
- Permit Application Material
- PCAQCD Legal Authority
- Additional Forms
- List of current Title V permits
1. Area A - Includes Apache Junction, San Tan Valley, Gold Canyon
2. Area A & Area C - Includes Apache Junction, San Tan Valley, Gold Canyon,
Florence, Coolidge, Casa Grande, City of Maricopa, Eloy,
3. Monitor Locations - Apache Junction, Casa Grande, J O Combs School, Coolidge,
Cowtown, Eleven Mile Corner, Eloy, Mammoth, Maricopa(City of),
Pinal Air Park, Queen Valley, Stanfield
4. Nonattainment - Apache Junction
5. PM2.5 - EPA Proposed NAA Map
- PCAQCD operates a countywide monitoring network which verifies that local air quality meets EPA standards.
- Map of monitors located throughout Pinal County
- Definitions of various public notices used within PCAQCD to inform the public about proposed changes to rules/ordinances.
- Industrial Public Notices
- Minor Permit Revisions
- Monitoring Network
- Rulemaking process
- PM10 Stakeholder process
- Rulemaking background documents
Rules & Regulatory Actions
- Complete document
- Individual Chapters
- Frequently requested sections
- Ordinances related to Air Quality
- Pinal County's Commitment to MAG 5% Plan
- Pollution Prevention
- Commute Cost Calculator
- Alternative Work Schedules
- Alternative Fuel
- Ozone Season