AIR QUALITY

If you are requesting a permit for the first time and live in unincorporated Maricopa County (See Map) you are encouraged to call 602-506-6010 before beginning the permit process. 

The Dust Control Permit can be paid for and submitted online. All other Air Quality permits must be submitted in person, with the option to pay online. Already know what you need? Continue on the Air Quality Department permitting page.

  1. Apply In Person
  2. Apply Online

Step 1Get Prepared.

  Know what type of permit application you need to complete. Need help with this? Learn about application types.
  If you are applying for a dust permit, make sure you have your site plan(s). See example.
  Know what other required documents you'll need to provide. Learn about permit requirements.
  Have your contact information, owner & property information handy. Look up your parcel number for property information.
  Know your project's upfront fees (if any), see permit fee schedule.


Step 2Fill Out the Application.

Select the permit that's right for your project. Don't see the permit application you're looking for? View all permits or call 602-506-6010.

  Permits

Burn
Dust Control
Dust Control Block (located under the "Dust Control" tab)
General Permits 
Non-Title V Permit 
Title V Permit

  forms

Asbestos/NESHAP
Subcontractor Registration
Emissions Inventory
Tanker Certification
Contact Info Updates


Step3APPLY IN PERSON.

Bring your completed permit application and all your required documents into an intake office location.

CENTRAL PERMIT INTAKE OFFICE
3800 N. Central Ave., Suite 1400 
Phoenix, AZ 85012
602-506-6010  
Visitor Parking Map

ONE STOP SHOP PERMIT INTAKE LOCATION
501 N. 44th St., Suite 200
Phoenix, AZ 85008
602-372-1071