Wayne County, create the future you deserve

We've partnered with Wayne County, MI to launch Michigan's largest community air quality network.

Wayne County, MI has some of worst air quality in the country but Wayne County Executive Warren Evans and Department of Health, Human & Veteran Services Director Dr. Abdul El-Sayed are taking action to ensure residents have real-time, hyper local, and accessible air quality information to stay safe and create change.

In partnership with the County, a Task Force of local leaders, and installation partner Green Door Initiative, JustAir has deployed 100 stationary air quality monitors throughout Wayne County’s 43 communities. Because JustAir's platform is monitor agnostic, there are several monitor types installed in order to measure multiple pollutants - from particulate matter, to ozone, to sulfur dioxide, and more.

Residents are encouraged to check their air on the JustAir public dashboard and sign up for air quality text alerts for monitors near where they live, work, and play.

Residents are also invited to participate in a virtual informational session on Wednesday, May 22 at 6:00 pm to learn more about the network. Details and RSVP here.

The Wayne County Community Air Quality Project launched in August 2023 and will continue at least through December 2026. Phase 3 of the project also includes a mobile air quality monitor and inhaler research program. This program will allow individuals diagnosed with asthma and their healthcare providers to better understand air quality trends during asthma attacks. If you are an individual with asthma or a healthcare professional, please complete this interest form to stay up to date on the program timeline and ways to participate.

Check Out The Network

Track the air quality in your community through our network of air monitors. If you'd like to access monitors' historic data, reach out to info@justair.co.

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“Air pollution poses a major health risk globally. Here in Wayne County, we’re doing something about it. We’re taking the steps needed today to prevent the devastating effects tomorrow.”

Warren C. Evans
Wayne County Executive

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