By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– The Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District will be closed beginning Dec. 21, 2019 and will reopen Jan. 2, 2020.
MDAQMD is a fee-based regulatory agency and closes during these times for efficiency and as a cost-saving measure. District staff will be available to monitor air quality conditions and keep the public informed of any necessary air quality news and alerts. The District’s website, www.mdaqmd.ca.gov, and social media accounts @MDAQMD will publish alerts and/or advisories for the public as needed.
For air quality complaints, call 800-635-4617. For any emergency air quality issues, please contact Communications Supervisor Ryan Orr at 760-493-3549.
Public records requests received during this time will be responded to on or about Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020.