Victor Valley and Surrounding Communities
The Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District is geographically the second largest of the state’s 35 air districts. As the air pollution control agency for San Bernardino County’s High Desert and Riverside County’s Palo Verde Valley, the District has primary responsibility for regulating stationary sources of air pollution located within its jurisdictional boundaries. Air Monitoring staff operates and maintains six monitoring stations (Barstow, Hesperia, Phelan, Trona, Twentynine Palms, & Victorville) within the District's 20,000 + mile jurisdiction.
Download Google Earth Map of Boundaries (downloads as a separate file)
This map and associated files are provided for information purposes only. For an official determination of location for air quality purposes please contact the MDAQMD.