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Preparing for wildfire smoke

Join us in becoming Smoke Ready!

While we can’t predict what the smoke impacts will be each summer, we can be prepared. This starts with understanding why smoke is so harmful and what you can do to reduce your exposure to smoke.

Learn how you can prepare for wildfire smoke.


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View of downtown Spokane from Kendall Yards
July 30, 2021

Wildfire smoke expected to impact air quality Saturday, July 31 – Monday, August 2

Based on the current smoke forecast models, air quality will likely worsen through the weekend as northeasterly surface winds transport additional wildfire smoke (PM2.5) from the north and east of

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“Preserve, enhance and protect Spokane County’s air resources for current and future generations.”