After closely monitoring air quality throughout areas affected by the Marshall Fire for nearly a year, Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) will retire its dedicated air monitors, supporting website and air quality alert system on March 15, 2023. Shortly after the Marshall Fire, BCPH strategically positioned state-of-the-art air monitors in fire-damaged areas and surrounding communities to track air quality and provide instant, accurate information to the public about air quality conditions, including dedicated monitors at all schools near burn areas. BCPH has coordinated with the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD), which will maintain air monitors at the schools in Louisville and Superior. The data will be displayed on the Love My Air website until it is transitioned to the district's website.

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