On Wednesday, August 3, 2022, we invite you to join us for Clean Air Action Day by doing at least one thing to help improve air quality. North Texans are continuing the practice of social distancing in the fight against COVID-19. While we are all doing our part to create healthy social spaces, we can double many social distancing strategies, such as working from home, as clean air strategies.

All of the actions below make a difference in improving air quality. Tell us what you plan on doing by selecting your planned action(s) from the list below. On Clean Air Action Day, share how you celebrate with us on social media by using #CAAD2022 and tagging us, @NCTCOGtrans. You could win a prize!


Consider signing up for air pollution alerts and incorporating a strategy or two from the list below when ozone levels are predicted to be high.


Most importantly, in conjunction with all of your actions, please continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations at home and in public to protect yourself and others.


For more information about how to implement some of these clean air actions, visit here.