Making changes to improve Utah’s air quality isn’t always easy. That’s why at Utah Clean Cities, we do everything we can to make the process go smoother. We’ve compiled a list of various grants, incentives and laws that will make your transition to alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies seamless.

If you have any questions or need more information in pursuing a grant, please contact us.

This list of grants was last updated February 16, 2021

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New eastside Zion entrance development may break ground this year

SALT LAKE CITY — In 2019, more visitors drove, walked, and rode shuttles on the 27 miles of road in Zion National Park than on the 251 miles of road in Yellowstone. That's 4.5 million visitors in a narrow canyon with one road in and out,…

Zion: Nation’s 4th most visited national park delivers big $ to Utah

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Utah Clean Cities Coalition heads to Energy Independence Summit 2021

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The NPS Is Leading the Electric-Vehicle Revolution

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