“Air Quality Flag Program”
Air Quality Flag Program is an educational outreach program that protects your health using flags to indicate the outdoor air quality. This program helps children with asthma/chronic diseases, their parents, and school personnel be prepared to take action when air pollution levels are high using color coded flags. Each day a flag is raised in front participating schools, day cares and businesses that signal how healthy the air is that day.
“Turn Off Your Engine Program”
Signs to encourage parents and school bus drivers to turn off their engines while waiting to pick up children in front of the school.
Contact Matthew Hojatzadeh, Health Educator at the Wilson County Health Department to raise your flag today. (252-237-3141 ext. 6681)