Category Archives: Agendas

August Board Meeting Cancelled

The Yolo-Solano Board of Directors meeting scheduled for August 14, 2019 has been cancelled. The next Board of Directors meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.

Scooter at Davis Farmers’ Market July 10

Spare the Air Scooter will be at the Davis Farmers Market from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday July 10th.  Get a picture with Scooter and pick up some cool giveaways from the Yolo-Solano AQMD. 

Wednesday, July 10th, 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Davis Farmers’ Market
301 C Street, Davis

Winters Bike Patrol Featured in Air Aware

July’s edition of Air Aware features the Winters Bike Patrol – our Clean Air Champions of the Month. You can also learn how fireworks contribute to air pollution and what you can do to minimize the impact and meet the District’s newest team member.   Read the full issue here.

Spike in Air Pollution Expected Over 4th of July

This week, thousands of Yolo and Solano County residents will celebrate Independence Day with family and friends, backyard celebrations and…fireworks.  Officials at the Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District (YSAQMD) want everyone, especially those with respiratory difficulties, to have a safe and fun 4th of July.  Follow these tips to avoid smoke from fireworks:

  • Stay upwind of firework displays
  • Close windows and doors during prime hours for fireworks (9-11 p.m.) 
  • Keep individual health conditions in mind when viewing firework shows


Newsletter Features Tree Harper Students

The June edition of Air Aware features our first-ever Clean Air Champions of the Month – Tree Harper. You can also find out the winners of the Clean Air Calendar contest and why you should Dump the Pump on June 21st.   Read the full issue here.

Winners Announced for Calendar Contest

After receiving 264 submissions for the 2020 Clean Air Calendar Contest, the District has selected 12 winners who artwork will be featured in it’s official calendar. 

See selected artwork here.

Dump the Pump – June 20th


On the third day in June, National Dump the Pump encourages people to use alternative transportation instead of driving. 

According to a report by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), a two-person household can save average $10,160 annually by downsizing to one car and using public transit instead. And, of course, walking, biking and public transportation are all great options to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality in your community.

Get local transportation information at