Green Book Nonattainment Areas
8-Hour Ozone (1997) Nonattainment Areas Summary with History - NAAQS RevokedAs of April 6, 2015
Original 8-Hr Ozone (1997) areas were designated July 15, 2004, and the 8-Hr Ozone (1997) NAAQS was revoked effective April 6, 2015 (80 FR 12264).
* Please Note: Changes can occur that adjust the original baseline counts, e.g., classification changes, area boundary changes, new areas designated nonattainment. See the report listing these adjustments to the original 2004 nonattainment area baseline.
County subtotals and grand totals may not equal sum of parts. Part counties are only counted one time within groups.
The Greensboro EAC area was reclassified from Moderate EAC to Marginal EAC on November 2004. This table reflects the original area status after the reclassfication to Marginal EAC. Based on air quality data from 2005, 2006 and the first three quarters of 2007, the Denver CO Subpart 1 EAC area was designated nonattainment for 8-Hour Ozone, effective November 20, 2007. The remaining thirteen (13) 8-Hr EAC areas were designated attainment on April 15, 2008.
On June 8, 2007, the United States Court of Appeals vacated the Subpart 1 portion of the Phase 1 Rule - Court Order. On May 14, 2012, the Former Subpart 1 nonattainment areas were classified under Subpart 2 (77 FR 28424 ), effective June 13, 2012.