Air quality results

Air quality results are updated frequently and can be found on the interactive Fire and Smoke Map at fire.airnow.gov.

A temporary monitor has been installed in Carpinteria by the Santa Barbara Air Pollution Control District to measure effects of the smoke from the Alisal Fire on the city’s air quality. Results, which are updated frequently, can be found on the interactive Fire and Smoke Map at fire.airnow.gov. To find current conditions in Carpinteria, enter “93013” into the map’s search bar and select the monitor depicted with a triangle. Last week, air quality was in the “good” range, meaning that it’s a good time to open windows or go outdoors.

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