The Air Pollution Control District has existed to protect Louisville's air since 1945. A committed group of environmental engineers, inspectors, technicians, compliance officers, and professionals enforce the laws that keep the air clean and monitor Louisville's air to make sure that it is in compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
From live reporting of air quality to detailed monthly reports on Louisville's air, APCD is intent on providing relevant and accessible information on Louisville's air to the general public. Follow the links below for more.
If you have questions or think there is other information that would be valuable to the public, your feedback is welcome.
If you are interested in the work that APCD does to protect the air, our Clearing the Air Workshop series is a valuable resource and was made to give the public a more accessible look at Louisville's air and the work that APCD does to protect it.