The Utah Clean Cities Coalition exists to support organizations and fleets in their efforts to contribute to clean air by reducing vehicle emissions. As a member, you will be notified of and have access to: program grants, strategic planning tools, event and campaign partnerships, school curriculum materials, and incentives.

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Grants & Incentives

Utah is in the national spotlight. Learn more about this year’s grant and incentive programs, and how you can participate.

Become a Member

Learn and get resources about clean fuel strategies from the experts. Take your organization to the next level, and benefit from our innovative and easy to understand technologies. 

Be Idle Free

The (clean) sky’s the limit! We hope you will find new and innovative ways to incorporate Idle Free campaign components into your organizations clean-air plan.

Emerging Fuels

Experimentation to identify new fuels has lead to several emerging alternative fuels which are under development or already developed.

Vehicle Conversions

What Fleets Need to Know About Alternative Fuel Vehicle Conversions, Retrofits, and Repowers

This year’s community partner of the year is Utah Clean Cities. It’s important to highlight good businesses, community groups, and individuals who are working hard to empower their people and empower the community to do what is right. They work with cities around the state to help them reduce their emissions through fleet management and alternative fuels. Additionally, they help role out idle free ordinances and idle free programs around the state.

Thom CarterExecutive Director, Utah Clean Air Partnership

Utah Clean Cities is an excellent organization that has spearheaded the work to reduce idling in Utah’s cities. They’re currently working with Zion National Park to reduce emissions by creating a park and ride and implementing electric shuttles.

Amanda SmithBoard of Directors Chair, Utah Clean Air Partnership

Utah Clean Cities connects committed groups of stakeholders to positively affect the air quality in the state.

Dave ChristensenDirector of Utah State University Sustainable Electrified Transportation Center, SELECT

One word I would use to describe Utah Clean Cities is determined!

Annie Schneider Emergency Management and Transportation Programs Specialist- Utah Governor’s Office of Energy Development

Utah Clean Cities has helped me see beyond the one solution I have always favored, electricity. There are a lot of additional modes and unique fuels for specific applications that we don’t have an electric solution for right now- such as big trucks or heavy equipment

Hanko KiessnerCEO, Packsize International

Utah Clean Cities Blog

Monitoring the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic

Dear Readers,  The Utah Clean Cities Team is closely monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and understands that these are trying times. It is the priority of our organization to keep our coalition and community members healthy and safe so…
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Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Resilience

By Brinley Wilson, Utah Clean Cities  The concepts of emergency resiliency and preparedness are of critical importance to Utah Clean Cities. As a coalition, we believe incorporating biodiesel, electric, natural gas, and propane vehicles into…
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Federal Alternative Fuel Tax Credits Summary

Please see below for an overview of all the federal alternative fuel tax credits that have been retroactively extended. For the latest information on laws and incentives, we recommend periodically checking the AFDC Laws and Incentives database…

Contact Utah Clean Cities

The Utah Clean Cities Board of Directors and staff welcomes inquires from interested community members, businesses and organizations. You’ll find our team helpful and inclusive. We look forward to helping you get started with a Utah Clean Cities membership, and involved in one (or more) of our many programs or grants today!