Clean Air. Let’s Show We Care.
Draper City, along with the rest of the Wasatch Front, struggles with poor air quality. In Utah, 53 percent of harmful particulates in the air come from vehicles. The good news is that all of us can do our part to reduce that number and improve air quality with easy lifestyle changes.
Draper City and Canyons School District invite you to join us for our Clean Air Initiative. The goals for the Clean Air Initiative are simple, but will require all of us to do our part to be successful:
- Educate on the air-quality benefits of being idle-free;
- Outline actions we can all take to make a real and measurable difference in our air quality
Let’s All Do Our Part.
On June 18, 2019 the Draper City Council adopted Resolution #19-34, the Draper City Clean Air Initiative. This Resolution encourages Draper residents to stop idling their engines on public or private property if they are waiting more than two minutes, except in extenuating situations where health and safety are a concern.
Doing Our Part: November 2019—Dough-Not Idle at Schools events
Our Clean Air Initiative launched at local schools with an important idle-free campaign to educate on how much each of us can improve air quality by remembering to “Turn Your Key, Be Idle Free”.
Do Your Part: Be Idle-Free
Sometimes we wonder if what we do actually makes a difference. In the case of idling reduction improving air quality, the answer is YES!
Do Your Part: Take Our Air Quality Awareness Survey
Do Your Part: Participate in the “Turn Your Key, Be Idle-Free” event at your school
Corner Canyon High School - Thursday, November 14th at 2:25 pm
Draper Park Middle School - Thursday, November 14th at 2:30 pm
Willow Springs Elementary - Thursday, November 21st at 3:35 pm
Draper Elementary - Thursday, November 21st at 3:20 pm
Oak Hollow - Thursday, November 21st at 3:35 pm
Do Your Part: Check the website of the Division of Air Quality to see the Air Quality Forecast and make your choices accordingly, such as carpooling, reducing vehicle use or not using solid fuel burning devices
Clean Air Resources