The Colorado Air Quality Control Commission is the state agency responsible for developing and adopting a regulatory air quality management program for Colorado.
The commission also oversees the implementation of the programs they adopt. The commission is responsible for hearing appeals of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), Air Pollution Control Division's (APCD) enforcement programs, and issuance of permit terms and conditions.
Air Quality Permits
To find out if you will need an Air Pollutant Emissions Notice (APEN) or to apply for a permit, visit CDPHE's APENs and Air Permits Webpage.
Air Quality Conditions
Visit the CDPHE's Air Quality page for information about current air quality conditions in Colorado.
Indoor Air Making You Sick
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is not regulated in private residences, although there are several resources to obtain specific information about what people can do to improve the air quality in their homes. Check the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's informational sheet about in-home air quality.
For information about radon, check the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Radon Information Page.
Mold in the Home
"A Brief Guide to Mold and Moisture in Your Home," is also available from the EPA's website.