It’s wildland fire season, which means there is a danger of local fires, and also transport from fires in other parts of the state or even out of state. Wildland Fire Air Quality Information
Is the Air in Your Home Clean and Healthy?
Do you or your children have breathing problems like asthma? Could radon be infiltrating your indoor air? Healthy Homes wants to help you answer these questions and confront these potential problems by offering a free, comprehensive in-home assessment to evaluate your home's indoor air quality. Here is more information about the City of Fort Collins Healthy Homes program, and links to a wide variety of additional resources:
U.S Department of Housing Recognizes Healthy Homes Program for Innovation
The U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development announced that the City of Fort Collins Healthy Homes program is one of four recipients of the 2018 Secretary’s Award for Healthy Homes.
“The City is pleased and humbled by this award,” said City Manager Darin Atteberry. “The success and popularity of the Healthy Homes program illustrates the City’s overall commitment to the community’s health and wellbeing. With the help of some very dedicated volunteers, we are proud to provide this service to our residents.”
New! Do-It-Yourself Home Assessment App
We are excited to announce that we have recently completed the development of our new Healthy Homes Do-It-Yourself app that you can use to conduct your own home indoor air quality assessment. It is designed to be mobile friendly so you can use your home computer or any mobile device to conduct the assessment. The app is intuitive and easy to use, and contains short videos to explain the process. Try it out at https://healthyhomes.fcgov.com
Get A Free Indoor Air Quality Assessment
Brought to you by the Environmental Services Department of the City of Fort Collins, Healthy Homes is a free program designed to help families within the City limits improve the indoor air quality in their homes. Visit our Home Assessment page for a description of the home assessment process and links for signing up for a home assessment.
Become A Master Home Educator
Master Home Educators are a fundamental and vital element in our Healthy Homes program. Come learn how you can help your City, learn new skills and significantly impact the evolving health of our community. Master Home Educators will receive certification upon successful completion of the training. Go to our volunteering page for more information.
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