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My Community

What Environmental Issues

Are in My Community?

To better serve the people of Arizona, ADEQ created My Community to provide information about environmental issues, plus actions to address them, in your community. This easy-to-use online tool lets you quickly learn about what’s important to you and your family.

My Community strengthens ADEQ’s ability to transparently share our work's scale, scope, and progress to protect Arizona's public health and the environment. It is part of ADEQ’s continuous improvement efforts to identify and resolve environmental issues more effectively and efficiently.

To use My Community, click the following subjects of interest and follow the link to additional pages or maps and search for your county, or enter your address or location of interest in the search bar of our interactive eMaps. Unfamiliar with eMaps? | Watch a How-to Video > 

Air Quality in My Community 

Air Monitor Data | View >

Community Air Quality Monitoring Projects | Learn More >

ADEQ meteorologists issue air quality forecasts for pollutants such as ozone and particulate matter based on data collected at state-monitoring sites. These forecasts help inform the public when unhealthy pollution levels are anticipated | View Forecasts >


Nonattainment areas are classified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to have air quality monitoring data for criteria pollutants above the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) outlined in the Clean Air Act. These areas are designated conservatively and are not necessarily exceeding | Learn More >

  • 2024 Revised Primary (Health-Based) National Ambient Air Quality Standard for PM 2.5 | Learn More > 
  • Pinyon Plain Mine | View > 

Water Quality in My Community 

For Drinking Water, you can: 

For Groundwater and Water Reuse you can: 

  • Look at permitted facilities that are not in compliance | View eMap > 

For PFAS concerns, you can: 

In this section, you can learn about surface water issues in your community by viewing an eMap, learn more about surface water, and see what fish are okay to eat and what sites are under remediation. 

  • Surface Water View >
  • Learn about Surface Water | Learn More >
  • Review the Green Light Fisheries & Fish Consumption Advisories | See List >
  • Learn about a site that is currently in remediation | Learn More >

Sites of Concern and Cleanups in My Community  

DOD Sites

These sites are located at either active duty bases or bases being closed under the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) regulations and formerly used defense sites that are eligible for funding under the Installation Restoration Program that ADEQ oversees | View Site List > 

FUDS Sites

There are 141 eligible properties in the Arizona FUDS inventory. As of June 2022, USACE has identified 62 FUDS projects within the inventory requiring priority investigation and potential cleanup | Learn More > 



The following is a list of sites with known Hazardous Waste contamination that needs cleanup: 

Coconino County
  • Arizona Army National Guard Camp Navajo | View Site > 
Maricopa County
Santa Cruz County
Pinal County
Yuma County
Counties with no sites at this time: 
  • Apache County

  • Cochise County
  • Gila County
  • Graham County
  • Greenlee County
  • La Paz County
  • Mohave County
  • Navajo County
  • Pima County
  • Yavapai County

The following is a list of sites with Solid Waste contamination that need cleanup:

Maricopa County
Pima County
Counties with no sites at this time:
  • Apache County 
  • Cochise County
  • Coconino County 
  • Gila County
  • Graham County 
  • GreenLee County 
  • La Paz County
  • Mohave County 
  • Navajo County 
  • Pinal County
  • Santa Cruz County 
  • Yavapai County
  • Yuma County 

Leaking USTs in Arizona

The following map shows where confirmed leaking UST sites requiring cleanup are located in Arizona. Please note the name of the current facility is listed on the map; due to business and property sales over time, the current facility may not be the responsible party at the time the leak occurred. A Public Records request may be submitted for information on the actual responsible party of the leaking UST  |  View Map > 


ADEQ supports environmentally responsible economic growth and provides Arizonans, businesses and communities with access to information and certain financial assistance programs. ADEQ supports equal access, meaningful involvement and fair treatment to all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income, with respect to developing, implementing and enforcing environmental laws, regulations and policies that protect and enhance public health and Arizona’s unique environment. ADEQ also offers opportunities for all individuals and communities to manage their environmental exposures through the comprehensive, transparent data and resources we provide.

In addition to My Community, ADEQ provides tools and resources to increase accessibility to data. We also notify and invite public participation in committee/commission/community meetings and decision-making. Access public involvement opportunities, information, and key resources ADEQ provides Arizonans, businesses, and communities, including financial assistance programs:

The ​data shown within our My Community pages is pulled on the third week of the month and published within the first week of the following month.  To the best of our knowledge, the information shown is accurate and true about the agency's concerns about environmental or public health impacts. ​If you feel the information is not correct, please get in touch with us.