Air District Operations

The Air District is taking steps to ensure Bay Area air quality and public health are protected while the shelter-in-place orders are in effect. Permits for businesses adjusting operations to aid in the public health response will also be expedited. Read more... | en Español

RSS Feeds

An RSS feed can automatically send news to your computer. Sign up to receive today’s Spare the Air and Burn Day status, and local air quality forecasts. Audio and video feeds are also available for select Air District meetings and workshops.

What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a standard way to send updates of regularly changing web content. The Air District’s standard feeds are usually updated every day. The orange RSS icon shows that an RSS feed is available.

Standard Feeds

Spare the Air Alert Status (RSS)

The Air District declares Spare the Air Alerts on days when unhealthy air quality is predicted. This feed shows the Spare the Air status each day.

Air Quality Forecast (RSS)

Each day, the Air District issues a forecast that predicts air pollution levels in the Bay Area for the coming five-day period. This forecast uses the U.S. EPA's Air Quality Index scale.

Open Burn Status (RSS)

Before declaring a Burn Day, the District checks weather and air quality to predict the chances that smoke will affect human health. This feed sends daily messages about when and where the allowable types of fires can burn.

Audio and Video Feeds

Webcast and podcast feeds are also available for select Air District meetings and workshops.

Spare the Air Status
No Wood Burning
Spare the Air Status
  • Tuesday,

    No Spare the Air Alert in Effect

Last Updated: 5/15/2015