Mission
The Clean Cities program began in Florida in 1993 with the creation of the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition by Executive Order of the Governor and the subsequent designation by the U.S. Department of Energy. The Coalition is managed by the South Florida Regional Planning Council, a regional public agency whose mission is to work with South Florida’s public, private, non-profit, and civic leadership to create a sustainable future for the region.

The Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition is a public-private partnership composed of local government representatives and the private sector concerned with alternative fuel technology and programs. The role of the Coalition is to provide a fuel-neutral policy direction to maximize the use of vehicles operating on clean, alternative fuels throughout the region of nearly six million people living in Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach Counties.

South Florida Regional Planning Council and Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition
As host agency of the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition, the South Florida Regional Planning Council operates this public private partnership composed of local government and private sector representatives. Designated in 1994 by the US Department of Energy, the role of the Coalition is to provide a fuel-neutral policy direction to maximize the use of vehicles operating on clean, alternative fuels throughout the region of Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach Counties. Stakeholders assist in a broad range of activities, including fleet conversions to alternative fuels like natural gas or biodiesel, idle reduction education, and assistance to the general public in understanding mobility options like electric transportation.

Jurisdiction
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