Coalitions in Order of Designation

Each Clean Cities coalition is listed below by its original name and the date it became an official coalition.

Coalition Name Designation Date Designation Order
Clean Cities-Georgia 1993-09-08 1
Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition 1993-09-13 2
Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation 1993-09-22 3
State of Delaware Clean Cities 1993-10-12 4
Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition 1993-10-21 6
Massachusetts Clean Cities 1994-03-18 7
Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance (Central Texas) 1994-04-18 8
Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition 1994-05-05 9
Chicago Area Clean Cities 1994-05-13 10
Land of Enchantment Clean Cities (New Mexico) 1994-06-01 11
Wisconsin Clean Cities 1994-06-29 12
Southern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition 1994-07-13 13
Long Beach Clean Cities 1994-08-31 14
Utah Clean Cities 1994-10-03 16
State of Maryland Clean Cities 1994-10-07 18
Kentucky Clean Cities Partnership 1994-10-18 19
Rogue Valley Clean Cities 1994-10-18 20
State of West Virginia Clean Cities 1994-10-18 21
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition 1994-10-21 22
East Bay Clean Cities Coalition (Oakland) 1994-10-21 23
San Joaquin Valley Clean Cities 1994-10-21 24
San Francisco Clean Cities Coalition 1994-10-21 25
Silicon Valley Clean Cities (San Jose) 1994-10-21 26
Clean Communities of Western New York (Buffalo) 1994-11-04 27
Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities 1994-11-10 28
St. Louis Clean Cities 1994-11-18 29
Connecticut Southwestern Area Clean Cities 1994-11-21 30
Norwich Clean Cities 1994-11-22 32
Clean Communities of Central New York (Syracuse) 1995-06-15 36
Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities 1995-07-25 37
Sustainable Transportation Coalition of Hawaii 1995-08-29 38
Greater New Haven Clean Cities Coalition 1995-10-05 40
Arkansas Clean Cities 1995-10-25 41
Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities 1995-12-05 43
Southern California Clean Cities Coalition 1996-03-01 44
Los Angeles Clean Cities Coalition 1996-03-22 45
Clean Cities Coachella Valley Region 1996-04-22 46
Northern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition 1996-05-21 47
Central Oklahoma Clean Cities (Oklahoma City) 1996-05-29 48
Virginia Clean Cities 1996-10-04 49
Greater Long Island Clean Cities 1996-10-18 50
San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition 1996-12-12 51
Detroit Area Clean Cities 1996-12-18 52
Houston-Galveston Clean Cities 1997-09-04 55
Maine Clean Communities 1997-09-04 56
Tulsa Clean Cities 1997-09-22 57
Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition (Phoenix) 1997-10-08 58
Western Riverside County Clean Cities Coalition 1997-10-24 59
New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition 1997-10-30 60
Genesee Region Clean Communities (Rochester) 1998-05-28 62
North Dakota Clean Cities 1998-08-10 63
Western Washington Clean Cities 1998-08-13 64
Ocean State Clean Cities 1998-09-14 65
Kansas City Regional Clean Cities 1998-11-18 67
Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition 1999-03-04 68
Ann Arbor Clean Cities Coalition 1999-04-19 69
Capital District Clean Communities Coalition (Albany) 1999-04-26 70
South Shore Clean Cities 1999-06-15 71
Capitol Clean Cities of Connecticut 1999-06-21 72
Tucson Clean Cities 1999-08-24 73
Northeast Ohio Clean Cities Coalition (Cleveland) 1999-09-14 74
Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition 1999-10-01 75
Alamo Area Clean Cities (San Antonio) 1999-11-10 77
Louisiana Clean Fuels 2000-04-12 78
Triangle Clean Cities (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) 2001-03-19 80
Twin Cities Clean Cities Coalition 2001-05-31 81
Vermont Clean Cities 2001-06-25 82
Clean Fuels Ohio 2002-04-12 83
Granite State Clean Cities Coalition 2002-05-31 84
Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition 2002-09-18 85
Empire Clean Cities 2003-04-22 87
Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities 2003-09-26 88
Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition 2004-01-28 89
East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition 2004-10-12 92
Middle-West Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition 2004-10-13 93
Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition 2004-10-15 94
Iowa Clean Cities Coalition 2005-10-15 96
Treasure Valley Clean Cities 2006-08-22 97
Central Coast Clean Cities 2006-08-25 98
Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership 2008-03-26 99
Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition 2009-10-20 100
Land of Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition (Western North Carolina) 2012-07-26 101
Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition 2014-07-31 102
North Florida Clean Fuels Coalition 2016-04-12 103

Dedesignated Coalitions

Clean Cities coalitions are sometimes dedesignated due to financial difficulties or lack of support. The following are former coalitions listed alphabetically with their designation order, designation date, and dedesignation date.

Coalition Name Designation Date Dedesignation Date Designation Order
Las Vegas Regional Clean Cities 1993-10-18 2015-07-06 5
Antelope Valley Clean Cities 1994-09-22 2014-05-27 15
White Plains, NY Clean Cities 1994-10-04 2002-04-04 17
New London Clean Cities 1994-11-22 2001-10-24 31
Peoria 1994-11-22 2001-10-24 33
Waterbury Clean Cities 1994-11-22 2001-10-24 34
Southwest Kansas 1995-03-30 2001-10-24 35
Missoula Clean Cities 1995-09-21 2001-10-24 39
Paso del Norte Clean Cities 1995-11-17 2006-07-01 42
Tri-State (Cincinnati) 1997-01-29 2006-07-01 53
Evansville 1997-01-30 2003-08-05 54
Texas Coastal Bend Clean Cities (Corpus Christi) 1998-03-30 2006-07-01 61
Omaha 1998-11-18 2004-06-01 66
Manhattan, Kansas Clean Cities 1999-10-04 2006-07-01 76
Eastern Sierra Regional Clean Cities 2000-06-28 2013-08-20 79
Middle Georgia Clean Cities 2003-04-17 2012-09-17 86
East Texas Clean Cities 2004-05-18 2011-01-25 90
South East Texas Clean Cities (Beaumont-Port Arthur) 2004-08-24 2011-04-26 91
Laredo Clean Cities 2004-11-18 2007-07-12 95