Report the presence of toxic smoke from Agency burns affecting children, families, recreation, business, pets & wildlife.

As you know, Burn Agencies are required to comply with the Clean Air Act even during prescribed burn operations.

Valid smoke pollution complaints are Important to protect our health and our families health from dangerous PM1, PM2.5 and PM10 smoke emissions.

Anyone can file a smoke complaint.

Clean air laws require local, state and federal burn agencies to have an effective smoke management plan to protect the public.  When a smoke management plan fails, smoke does not go up and out into the atmosphere as planned.

Smoke Complaint Forms

Report smoke pollution to Air Quality Management District offices in California or Nevada, and to Tahoe Sierra Clean Air Coalition. Here’s how: