Fort Air Partnership (FAP) is a non-profit organization that monitors the air people breathe in and around Alberta’s Industrial Heartland every minute of every day, all year long. FAP has ten continuous air monitoring stations, one of which is just behind Gibbons' Town Office. Take a tour of the inside of a typical station. You can check the daily and forecast rating of Gibbons' air quality by clicking on the button shown below.
Fort Air Partnership has released a Vision 2030 What We Heard Report summarizing the results of a 2017 public consultation with local residents, governments, industry and partners regarding its future growth and development. Read the report
Data Trending and Comparison Report
Fort Air Partnership has just released a special Data Trending and Comparison Report detailing important information about how annual averages of five key substances that affect local air quality have changed over time within the Airshed. In the report, comparisons are also shown between the Fort Saskatchewan air monitoring station and stations located elsewhere in Alberta, Canada and internationally. Read the report.
Fort Air Partnership - Q1 2019 Air Monitoring Results
Fort Air Partnership has just released first quarter 2019 air quality monitoring results. Read the news release and full summary.
Winter temperature inversions in the Capital Region have contributed to fluctuations in the Air Quality Health Index, at times resulting locally in steady levels of moderate ratings or the occasional high rating. Learn more...
Fort Air Partnership (FAP) Chairman Allan Wesley (centre) and Bon Accord Mayor David Hutton (centre right) cut the ribbon to officially open FAP's new portable air monitoring station June 19 while MLA Colin Piquette, members of the Bon Accord Council and FAP Board of Directors look on.
Fort Air Partnership’s first portable air monitoring station is now fully operational in Bon Accord. Check out the news release and fact sheet.