Idle Free Season
[September – Winter 2023]

Each location will receive two metal signs, window clings, and Idle Free Posters in English and Spanish
One School or Community Park: $250
Three Schools: $500
Five Schools:$1000
Custom Gifts $1,000 to $10,000
Donor or UCC Member Name/Organization
In the Name of ____________________  Dedicate this to your favorite clean air advocate
  • Chose any school for me
  • This is my child’s school
  • This is my favorite Park
  • I walk my furry friends here
  • This is my community school
Pay with a credit card or check to:
Post Office Box 521325
1953 South 1100 East
Salt lake City, Utah 84106

Be Idle Free Today

On September 1, 2021, Governor Cox signed the 14th Annual Anniversary Idle Free Declaration with over 70 City Mayors signing, all recognizing and establishing the importance of Idle Free practices.

UCCC continues working with communities to encourage drivers to turn off their vehicles when idling for more than 10 seconds. In recent years, the Idle Free campaign has been incorporated and adapted by other organizations—including cities, schools, businesses and air quality organizations. UCCC has also enjoyed working with groups outside the state, including other Clean Cities Network coalitions, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Argonne National Laboratory.

See What Others are Doing

  • Intermountain Healthcare joined with Utah Clean Cities in 2021 to create a new Idle Free signage for their campuses.  This partnership with serve to remind patients and visitors  to Turn the Key, Be Idle Free in Idle Free Zones at drop-off and pick-up areas on the Intermountain Healthcare campuses.  The new signs hold an image of the most important citizen in Utah- a child.
  • The Utah Department of Health created the Utah Asthma program to provide resources on topics such as recess guidance for teachers. The Guidance takes into account students with respiratory symptoms or pre-existing respiratory conditions who may be more sensitive to poor air quality than their peers.
  • Breathe Utah has experience and expertise in scientific, medical, legal, and communications aspects of air quality in Utah. They seek real and practical solutions to Utah’s air quality problem. To accomplish this they increase awareness and engagement among youth and adults, implement projects to directly improve air quality, and promote sound policies.
  • Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) has been a long-standing partner for with Utah clean air advocacy and a strong supporter with Utah Clean Cities in our work with clean transportation solutions and strategies.  UCAIR funded many of the first signs and window clings in the early years of Idle Free and continue to support Idle Free in their winter campaigns.
  • Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment with Torrey house Press created a beautiful soft-bound chapbook called Breathing Stories: Utah Voices for Clean Air.
  • Recently the Utah Department of Environmental Quality released a Air Quality App, reviewing Utah air daily. Download the app through the Apple App Store or Google Play Store- the Application is called UtahAir 

Idle Free Ordinances in Utah Cities

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