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Wildfire Smoke

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How to protect your health from the haze.

Wildfire smoke is not currently a health concern for local air quality. Recent cool temperatures and rain have reduced fire activity across the state. Air quality can fluctuate. Be sure to monitor current air quality conditions.

Guidance to protect yourself when wildfire smoke affects air quality.

If you have shortness of breath, wheezing, chest pain, heart palpitations, extreme fatigue or difficulty moving, contact your healthcare provider immediately or call 911.


  • What makes air quality unhealthy?
  • How can wildfire smoke affect me?
  • Who is most at risk from unhealthy air?
  • How can I protect myself and my family?
  • Should my child play or practice sports outside?
  • How can I learn about current air quality?
  • Should I wear a mask?