The City of Seattle and Puget Sound Clean Air Agency are promoting no-idling zone around schools, parks, and approaches to draw bridges and ferry docks.
The City of Seattle is writing no-idling policies into their contracts.
There are several states, counties, and cities that have no idling laws. This includes:
Maricopa County, Arizona
Auburn, Cupertino, Fountain Valley, and Palm Desert, California
Placer County, California
Denver, Aspen, Greenwood Village, Johnstown, Vail, and Winter Park, Colorado
Branford, Mansfield, Norwalk, and Windsor, Connecticut
Cook County, Illinois
New Orleans, Louisiana
Bar Harbor, Maine
Cambridge, Chicopee, and Peabody, Massachusetts
Minneapolis, Owatonna, St. Cloud, Minnesota
St. Louis, Missouri
Clark County, and Washoe County, Nevada (including Las Vegas and Reno)
Atlantic City, Bernards, Cape May, Closter, Franklin, Hillsdale, Princeton, and South River, New Jersey
New York City, Brighton, Bronxville, Clifton Park, Flower Hill, Ithaca, Lawrence, Mamaroneck, Milton, New Rochelle, North Salem, Northport, Port Chester, Queensbury, Rye, Scarsdale, Somers, Tuckahoe, and Yonkers, New York
Suffolk County, New York
Philadelphia, Emsworth, Falls Code, and Upper Providence, Pennsylvania
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Providence, Rhode Island
Beaufort, and Charleston, South Carolina
Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, and Waller Counties, Texas
Park City, Utah
Salt Lake City/County, Utah
Arlington, and Fairfax, Virginia
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