List of ten United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) offices serving the entire U.S.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency a.k.a. EPA is an independent agency of the U.S. government that is responsible for protecting the environment, created by President Richard Nixon on July 9, 1970 by Executive Order and began operation on December 2, 1970.
There are 10 regional offices, each serving multiple states, that carry-out the responsibilities of the Environmental Protection Agency a.k.a, EPA.
The 10 Regional Offices are:
- Region 1 – based in Boston serving CT, ME, MA, RI and VT. Call 617-918-1111 or in the New England States 888-372-7341.
- Region 2 – based in New York City serving NJ, NY, Puerto and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Call public hotline at 877-251-4575.
- Region 3 – based in Philadelphia serving DE, DC, MD, PA and WV. Call 215-814-5000, or 800-438-2474.
- Region 4 – based in Atlanta serving AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC SC and TN. Call 404-562-9900, 404-562-9900 or 800-241-1754.
- Region 5 – based in Chicago serving IL, IN, MN, OH and WI. Call 312-353-2000 or 800-621-8431.
- Region 6 – based in Dallas serving AR, LA, NM, OK and TX. Call 800-887-6063.
- Region 7 – based in Kansas City serving IA, KS, MO and NE. Call 913-551-7003, 913-551-7003 or 800-223-0425.
- Region 8 – based in Denver serving CO, MT, ND, SD, UT and WY. Call 303-312-6312 or in the Region 800-227-8917.
- Region 9 – based in San Francisco serving AZ, CA, HI, NV American Soma, Northern Mariana Islands, Micronesia, Guam, Marshall Islands and Republic of Palau.
- Region 10 – based in Seattle serving AK, ID, OR, WA and 271 native tribes. Call 206-553-1200 or 800-424-4372.
Washington HQ location:
US Environmental Protection Agency
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460