Mesa County Public Health (MCPH) lifted the wildfire smoke advisory Friday, Aug. 17 at 10 a.m., as smoke has cleared from the area, improving our air quality.

Residents should keep in mind that as weather patterns change and wildfires continue to burn throughout the state and country, we may need issue another air quality advisory at a later date. MCPH will inform residents if and when we go into an air quality advisory. You can get alerts and other MCPH news emailed to you by signing up in the sidebar on the right of this page. You can also check our Air Quality Page and our Facebook page for information on current air quality conditions.

Please contact us with questions or concerns here or by calling (970) 248-6900.