Wood Smoke Resources in Your State
Use the drop down menu below to find a link to your state agency. Depending on the state, you may be able to find information on:
- Wood stove changeout campaigns or incentives and tax credits to purchase cleaner devices
- Links to ordinances and regulations
- Links to report a smoke nuisance
- Alerts related to burn restrictions
You may want to search these sites for information about "wood stoves" or "air pollution" or "wood smoke."
Tribal residents should contact your tribal government and/or your environmental office for guidance on jurisdiction and for information on any wood stove or wood smoke restrictions.
Select a state below and press "go."
Some examples of local wood smoke/wood heater programs:
- Bay Area Wood-Burning
- Bay Area - Spare the Air Program
- Sacramento Co – Fireplaces and Woodstoves
- San Joaquin Co. – Wood-Burning Fireplaces, Stoves and Heaters
- Yolo-Solano AQMD –Don't Light Tonight
- Heat Smart Program: If you're buying or selling a home with a wood stove or fireplace insert in Oregon, you must ensure it was certified to meet emissions performance standards at the time of manufacture. If it was not certified, state law requires it to be removed, destroyed and disposed of when a home is sold. The home buyer or seller must report to DEQ that the stove or insert was decommissioned.