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Victorville, looking southeast toward Hesperia, Big Bear

Jurisdiction 

The Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District is geographically the second largest of the state’s 35 air districts. As the air pollution control agency for San Bernardino County’s High Desert and Riverside County’s Palo Verde Valley, the District has primary responsibility for regulating stationary sources of air pollution located within its jurisdictional boundaries.  Air Monitoring staff operates and maintains six monitoring stations (Barstow, Hesperia, Phelan, Trona, Twentynine Palms, & Victorville) within the District's 20,000 + mile jurisdiction.

 MDAQMD Monitoring Stations 2018

MDAQMD's Cities and Communities

 Adelanto
Afton
Amboy
Apple Valley
Argus
Atolia
Bagdad
Baker
Baldy Mesa
Barstow
Basin
Big River
Blythe
Borosolvay
Cadiz
Cajon Junction
Cal Neva
Calico Ghost Town
China Lake
Cima
Coolgardie Camp
Crossroads
Crucero
Daggett
Desert
Earp
Edwards AFB
El Mirage
Essex
Fenner
Field
Flamingo Heights
 Fort Irwin
George AFB
Goffs
Goldstone
Harper Lake
Harvard
Havas
Helendale
Hesperia
Hinkley
Hodge
Homer
Ivanpah
Johnson Valley
Joshua Tree
Kelso
Kingston
Kramer
Kramer Junction
Landers
Lenwood
Lockhart
Lucerne Valley
Ludlow 
Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center
Milligan
Minneola
Morongo
Morongo Valley
Nebo
Needles
Newberry Springs
 Nipton
Oak Hills
Oro Grande
Parker Dam
Phelan
Pinon Hills
Pioneer Town
Piute Valley
Rainbow Basin
Red Mountain
Rice
Rimrock
Saltus
Searchlight Junction
Silver Lake (San Bernardino County)
Silver Lakes
Spring Valley Lake
Stoddard Wells
Summit Valley
Trona
Twentynine Palms
Victorville
Vidal
Vidal Junction
Westend
Wheaton Springs
Wonder Valley
Wrightwood
Yermo
Yucca Valley

 

This map and associated files are provided for information purposes only. For an official determination of location for air quality purposes please contact the MDAQMD.

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