Air Quality Voluntary Programs

ADEQ supports and implements various voluntary programs and projects to explore solutions to air quality problems and protect public health and the environment. These efforts complement existing regulation to improve air quality in Arizona and operate in collaboration with other air monitoring agencies, state and local government, industry, co-ops and other partners.

Interested in helping? See the following programs and projects to learn more about how individuals, businesses, schools and other organizations can help us achieve the health, economic and environmental benefits that come with improved air quality. 

Air Quality Flag Program

Brightly colored flags raise awareness of air quality conditions within the community.

Fly a flag at your school, business or organization  | Learn More >

Idle Reduction Program | Coming Soon

Helping school districts implement smart idling practices to better protect children's health by improving air quality around schools, plus save money on fuel and wear-and-tear on engines.

Take Part, Idle Smart | Learn More >

Lawn and Garden Emission Reduction Program

Trade in your gasoline-powered lawn and garden equipment for a voucher toward the purchase of an electric alternative (available only in Maricopa County and Pima County).

Mow Down Pollution | Learn More >

Voluntary Vehicle Repair Program 

Failed emissions? We can help! 

Get up to $550 for repairs to your vehicle | Learn More >

Dust Stabilization Project

An environmentally friendly product binds together loose soil to reduce the potential of blowing dust that can impact travel along Arizona roadways, potentially causing serious, even deadly, crashes. 

More than 150 acres have been treated since 2017 | Learn More >

Electric Vehicle Project

Over 50 percent of ozone created from man-made pollution in the Phoenix area is from driving on our roads. Beside the smaller amount of emissions produced from charging, an electric vehicle produces zero tailpipe emissions.

Qualifying buyers in Arizona can get up to $3,500 off a new Nissan LEAF® | Learn More >