Thank you!

We know that the 2020-2021 school year posed unprecedented challenges. As we have come to know with educators, you rose to the occasion and provided opportunities for your students. With the end of the school year in sight, we would like to thank you for everything you do for students in Spokane County.

We hope to continue partnering with you and helping educate students about Spokane's air quality in the 2021-2022 school year.
Are you Smoke Ready?
Follow along as Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency promotes Smoke Ready Week, Monday, June 14 – Friday, June 18.

Smoke Ready Week is a collaboration among several local agencies, including Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency, Spokane Regional Health District, and Spokane County Emergency Management, that encourages our community to prepare now for wildfire smoke.

Each day of Smoke Ready Week will focus on information and resources to prepare for wildfire smoke will be posted and shared on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Each day has a unique theme with related tips. We hope you’ll follow along and be Smoke Ready.
Spokane County Library District presents:

Date: Tuesday June 15
Time: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Event Details: A virtual presented by the Washington State Department of Health & Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency - Wildfire smoke has significantly affected outdoor and indoor air quality in recent years. Air quality specialists share information and techniques to reduce your exposure to smoke particles and protect your health. Topics include information on wildfire smoke and indoor air quality, home ventilation basics, and setting up a cleaner air room. 
Report: Our Nation's Air
For more than 50 years, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has maintained its commitment to protecting public health by reducing pollutant emissions and improving air quality.

This annual report, titled Our Nation's Air, summarizes the nation's air quality status and trends through 2020.

The information provided in this report can be used to help students understand our nation's air pollution in comparison to Spokane specific tends.

Clean Air Month Poster Contest finalists

Thank you to everyone that participated in the 2021 May is Clean Air Month Poster Contest. We were delighted with the thoughtfulness and creativity of the submissions.

After much deliberation, we have chosen finalists. The finalist posters will be displayed at the Spokane Clean Air office.

Request a Virtual Presentation
We are available to engage students in Spokane County with virtual presentations.

Presentations can be customized to fit your current lessons and provide a fun way for students to discover more about Spokane's air quality.

Contact Stephanie at to schedule a presentation.
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