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Photo: woman smiling at laptop screen in foreground. Upper right corner of page.Connect with us — and be air aware!

Be among the first to know when we issue a burn ban, Smog Watch or other air quality alerts, update our regulations, or have news to share about air quality or current events.

We offer a variety of ways to be air aware. You can: follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, get a text message via RPIN, receive our monthly newsletter or be notified when a burn ban is issued by e-mail. We also send out announcements when we change or update our regulations, or complete permit actions or hold hearings.

Below is a directory of different methods to receive news from us. If you have any questions about this directory, please visit our Contact Us page or see the Comments & feedback section at the bottom of this page.


Facebook

Facebook offers readers a more detailed level of information sharing, with paragraph-length news postings, photos, videos, etc.

Main agency Facebook page ››
Featuring news and announcements about agency events, programs, projects, partnerships and more.

Compliance Division Facebook page ››
Featuring news and announcements about regulations, permits, hearings, etc.

Clean Cities Coalition Facebook page ››
News and announcements about increasing the use of alternative fuels and vehicles and expanding the refueling infrastructure necessary to support these vehicles.


Twitter

Twitter offers readers a more headline-based information sharing format. Twitter announcements are limited to 140 characters.

Main agency twitter page ››
Featuring news and announcements about agency events, programs, projects, partnerships and more.

Compliance Division twitter page ››
Featuring news and announcements about regulations, permits, hearings, etc.

Clean Cities Coalition Twitter page ››
News and announcements about increasing the use of alternative fuels and vehicles and expanding the refueling infrastructure necessary to support these vehicles.

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YouTube Channel

Prefer your information in video format? Our YouTube Channel features a growing collection of topical interviews and educational videos.

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Text messaging

We are now offering text messaging to alert people in Pierce County when a burn ban is called, changed, or cancelled. Note: charges may apply, depending on the pricing plan you have selected with your cellular provider. Signing up is easy, there are two ways:

1. Using your cell phone:

text PIERCEBURN  to  313131

2. Fill out this form

We don't currently offer this service in King, Kitsap, and/or Snohomish Counties, but may in the future. If you're interested in signing up to receive texts alerts when they become available in one of those counties, click on our "Join our e-mail list" button to the right and provide your text number there.

Regional Public Information Network

The Regional Public Information Network is your one-stop resource for news alerts from more than 75 government, transportation, utility, health and emergency response agencies serving citizens in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.

 

E-mail Notification

We offer e-mail notifications for several
interest areas
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Clean Air Action Network - The best way to stay up to date on air quality challenges in our region and what the Clean Air Agency is doing to address them. You'll receive the Clean Air Newsline, our monthly electronic newsletter, as well as air quality alerts and burn bans. We encourage use of our news in other publications. Any item may be used without special permission.

Burn bans - Receive e-mails only when we issue or cancel a burn ban.

Clean Air Pierce County -By signing up, you’ll receive occasional updates on Tacoma-Pierce County air quality issues, our monthly newsletter, and notice of burn bans. 

Regulation updates - For hearing notices, proposed rule changes, rulemaking workshops and final rulemaking actions.

Permit actions - Receive e-mails about permitting; proposed Orders of Approval, Regulatory Orders, Variances and Operating Permits; hearings on those actions; extensions of comment periods; and final actions.

Join our e-mail list
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Clean Air Calendar

While we haven't produced the calendar in recent years, we may in the future. Click the More> button above to be added to our mailing list for our Clean Air Calendar. You can view PDF's of previous editions of the Clean Air Calendar at: http://bit.ly/cf1mHO.


EnviroFlash

You can now receive e-mails about your daily air quality forecast through EnviroFlash, a program of the US Environmental Protection Agency offered in partnership with the Clean Air Agency. With EnviroFlash, you can specify the air quality information you want to receive via e-mail, such as forecasts and action day notifications, for your area of interest.

Comments & Feedback

We also love feedback, so suggestions on how we can improve our communications with you are always welcome. Send comments to communications@pscleanair.org.