‘Don’t Light Tonight’ Starts November 1st

‘Don’t Light Tonight’

The Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District’s yearly ‘Don’t Light Tonight’ (DLT) program officially starts November 1 and runs until the end of February. 

‘Don’t Light Tonight’ is a voluntary curtailment program that asks residents to refrain from burning wood on certain days to help lower particulate pollution in the air. During winter months air can become stagnant and circulates less, trapping pollutants and wood smoke close to the ground and the air people breathe.

For additional ‘Don’t Light Tonight’ information and how to receive alerts, please click here.
For the October 2018 press release on ‘Don’t Light Tonight,’ please click here.