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A new study by Stacker looks at the World Health Organization data regarding what areas of the world have the cleanest air.

Using that data, Stacker narrowed down the data to compile a list of the 50 cities in the U.S. with the best air quality.

One Michigan city made the cut.

Grand Rapids came in at No. 33.

“Grand Rapids, Michigan, is home to the West Michigan Clean Air Coalition, which declares a ‘Clean Air Action Day’ when air pollutants reach a higher-than-normal level that could affect those with sensitivities,” Stacker said. “On a Clean Air Action Day, residents are asked to reduce their emissions by carpooling, taking public transportation, and delaying refueling or mowing lawns to improve the region’s air quality.”

Here are the U.S. cities with the cleanest air, according to the report:

1. Burlington-South Burlington, Vermont
2. Williston, North Dakota (Tie)
2. Williston, North Dakota (Tie)
2. Minot, North Dakota (Tie)
5. Evanston, Wyoming
6. Farmington, New Mexico (Tie)
6. Beaver Dam, Wisconsin (Tie)
8. Juneau, Alaska
9. Winchester, Virginia-West Virginia (Tie)
9. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Washington (Tie)
9. Rochester, New York (Tie)
9. Portsmouth, Ohio (Tie)
9. Clearlake, California (Tie)
9. Boston-Cambridge-Newton, Massachusetts-New Hampshire (Tie)

Check out the full list here.

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