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Ambient Air Monitoring Sites
Air Monitoring

Behind the Scenes of Air Monitoring

The Outreach team went live with the Monitoring team on Facebook live. Our Natural Resource Specialist, Dr. Sibble, walked us through the Banu-NCORE Air Monitoring Site in Davie.

Broward County's Ambient Air Monitoring

The Air Quality Program operates and maintains a comprehensive network of Ambient Air Monitoring Stations

Each monitoring site:

  • Is strategically placed to represent population needs in Broward County. 
  • Has monitoring instruments that are approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), that are either Federal Reference Method and/or Federal Equivalent Method.
  • Is designed to measure specific pollutant concentrations; Several of the monitoring locations also measure meteorological conditions, such as temperature, relative humidity, wind speed and direction. 
  • Retrieves pollutant data hourly by a central computer via an automated telephone connection.
  • Gathers air quality data that becomes part of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) national air quality data base.
Network of Ambient Air Monitoring Stations and Pollutants Measured
Site Number  Location Pollutant(s) Measured


Pompano Beach

Ozone(03) and Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM 2.5)​


Dania Beach

Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), and Volatile Organic Compound (VOCs-part of Air Toxics)


Coconut Creek

PM 2.5, PM10, and Volatile Organic Compound (VOCs-part of Air Toxics)

33 Western Davie O3, PM 2.5
Particulate Matter 10 ( PM10), Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5), Particulate Matter Coarse ( PM COARSE), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), Caron Monoxide (CO), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx), Lead (Pb), OZONE (O3), Black Carbon (BC), and Volatile Organic Compound (VOCs – part of Air Toxics)
35 Near Road
Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Black Carbon (BC), Ultrafine Particulate Matter, Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM 2.5), and VOCs ), and Volatile Organic Compound (VOCs – part of Air Toxics)

Data Resources