Clean Cities Reference Materials
Use these reference materials—including quick-reference documents, publications, websites, and the Clean Cities Coalition Wiki—to develop projects and support activities within your Clean Cities coalition.
Use these reference documents to save time accessing information you use often for your coalition.
- Coordinator Handbook: Available on the Clean Cities Wiki, this handbook provides an overview of the program and includes a wealth of information and resources at your fingertips.
- Acronyms: Find abbreviations defined in the Acronym List.
- Industry Contacts: Use the Alternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle Industry Contacts for descriptions of industry organizations with points of contact.
- Coordinator Job Description: Use the Clean Cities Coordinator Sample Position Description as a tool in hiring a co-coordinator.
- Partnerships: Find tips on reaching out to the business community and helping your coalition form local Clean Cities partnerships using the guide Building Clean Cities Partnerships Through Local Chambers of Commerce
In addition to the Clean Cities website, these two sites can assist you and your coalition.
- Alternative Fuels Data Center: The Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) contains a wealth of information, publications, data, analysis, and tools to help your coalition. It includes interactive tools to help your stakeholders find vehicles and fueling stations, analyze a fleet's petroleum use, and more.
- FuelEconomy.gov: FuelEconomy.gov is a consumer-oriented website that helps users find and compare vehicles and get information about fuel economy, greenhouse gas and smog scores, fuel-saving driving tips, and more.
Clean Cities Coalition Wiki
Log in to the Clean Cities Coalition Wiki to post information and share materials with other coordinators. You will need to request access to the Wiki before you can use it, which you can do easily via the main page of the Wiki. The wiki will help you find, share, and develop resources for your coalition, including example dues structures, bylaws, and event listings.
For more information, watch the Clean Cities wiki tutorial.