rends and forecasts of the main atmospheric pollutants (O3, SO2, NO2, CO, PM10, PM2.5, NO and NOx) are estimated by regions in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area (MCMA) with maximum daily data from 2008 to 2018. A non-parametric statistical smoothing controlled technique based on the Hodrick and Prescott filter and estimated through the Kalman filter, is used. Both point and interval estimates, as well as their respective forecasts are generated. Estimates are compared against the environmental standard for Mexico City (NADF-009-AIRE-2017), and it is evident that, in general, they are still distant from good air quality in the MCMA, as opposed to CO and NO2. The remaining pollutants have trends and forecasts that are far from the permissible limits.