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Air Quality Monitoring Network


Escambia County's Air Quality Monitoring Network includes twelve air quality stations throughout the county that report conditions in real-time, allowing citizens to make better-informed decisions for daily activities. 

Air quality monitoring provides the public with measurements of pollutant concentration levels in the ambient air, the portion of the atmosphere near ground level and external to buildings or other structures. Through the Air Quality Monitoring Network, Escambia County provides the public with data on particle pollution, particulate matter and other parameters at each station. The network will also provide data to weather reporting services such as the AirNow Fire and Smoke Map.

Air quality stations report current conditions from the following locations in Escambia County:

  • Santa Rosa Island Authority Maintenance: 25 Via de Luna Drive, Pensacola Beach
  • East Hill neighborhood - Zamora Square: E. Yonge St., Pensacola
  • Ferry Pass - Regency Park: 8245 Fathom Road, Pensacola
  • Cantonment - Road Department: 601 Hwy. 297-A, Cantonment
  • ECFR - Station #18 (Molino): 1459 Molino Road, Molino
  • Century - Lake Stone Campground: 7850 FL-97, Walnut Hill
  • Beulah - Equestrian Center: 7750 Mobile Hwy., Pensacola
  • Marie K. Young Wedgewood Community Center: 6405 Wagner Road, Pensacola
  • Brownsville Community Center: 3200 W. Desoto St., Pensacola
  • Southwest Escambia Sports Complex: 2020 Bauer Road, Pensacola
  • ECFR Station #19 (Perdido Key): 15500 Perdido Key Dr., Pensacola

To learn more about the air quality index, visit

Current Hydrogen Sulfide Readings


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 H2S Concentration Exceeds FDOH Health Advisory Level of 200 ppb (minimum of two consecutive readings)
 H2S Concentration Exceeds ATSDR MRL of 70 ppb for Acute Exposure
 H2S Concentration Exceeds ATSDR MRL of 20 ppb for Intermediate Exposure
 H2S Concentration Exceeds OSHA Minimum Odor Threshold of 10 ppb
 H2S Concentration below OSHA Minimum Odor Threshold of 10 ppb
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= Florida Department of Health

Health Advisory Level = FDOH has determined the “Health Advisory Level” has been exceeded when two consecutive H2S readings exceed 200 ppb.  Health Alerts issued by FDOH shall remain in effect for a minimum of 48 hours.

ATSDR = Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry

MRL = Minimum Risk Levels for exposure by inhalation

Minimum Risk Levels = An estimate of the daily human exposure to a hazardous substance that is likely to be without appreciable risk of adverse, non-cancer health effects over a specified duration of exposure.  MRLs serve as a screening tool to help public health professionals decide where to look more closely to evaluate possible risk of adverse health effects from human exposure.

Acute Exposure = 1 to 14 days

Intermediate Exposure = 15 to 364 days

ppb = Parts per Billion

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