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South Coast AQMD Advisories Now Available in Spanish

To increase accessibility for Spanish-speaking residents in the region, South Coast AQMD is now issuing its public advisories in both English and Spanish. These include smoke, odor, windblown dust, particulate and special advisories, as well as No-Burn Alerts. Los Angeles County has the largest Spanish-speaking population of any county in the United States. Providing access to air quality information can have a direct impact to the millions of residents who live in the air district.

Advisories are issued when an ongoing or upcoming event is expected to have a significant impact on air quality and public health for some, or all parts of the South Coast AQMD’s jurisdiction.

When an advisory is issued, both the English and Spanish versions are posted to the www.AQMD.gov website and South Coast AQMD’s social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Residents can also download the South Coast AQMD app which is also available in Spanish.

To stay up to the minute on the latest advisories, Spanish-speaking residents can sign up for Air Alert notifications by visiting www.aqmd.gov/home/air-quality/air-alerts-spanish. Active advisories are also posted in Spanish on the South Coast AQMD advisory webpage at www.aqmd.gov/home/air-quality/air-quality-advisories---spanish

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