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Get Air Quality Data in Real-Time

Explore real-time Air Quality Index data with current and forecast air quality maps. View 2018 summary data to learn more about trends and county-level patterns.

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New Dashboard, Same Old Tick

Track weekly counts of emergency department visits for tick exposures with the new and improved near real-time dashboard. Explore new 2019 and 2020 tickborne disease case data as well!

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What’s in your water?

Find out about arsenic, uranium, and fluoride in the private well water in your town and the state. Plus, explore data about homes with private wells and well testing rates.

 

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2019 Lead Poisoning Data Now Available

New data show the percentage of 1-year-olds tested for lead poisoning increased from 52% to 60% following the adoption of a universal blood lead testing policy in Maine.

 

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News

10/28/2021
Radon, arsenic, carbon monoxide, lead, poor air quality… these are just a few of the public health frights that may be haunting your neighborhood! Check out these Halloween cards and learn ways we can all keep safe from public health frights!Read more
04/05/2021
This past year has shown us: public health is critical. That’s why the Maine Tracking Network is excited to be a part of this year’s National Public Health Week, celebrated April 5-11.Read more
01/22/2021
The Maine Tracking Network released 2019 data about childhood lead poisoning and blood lead testing - reminding public health professionals of the importance of testing all children for lead poisoning at ages 1 and 2 years.Read more