Kudos ~ DFW




DFW Clean Cities recently recognized 19 partners for their work to embrace alternatives to traditional gasoline as part of the third annual Fleet Recognition Awards. Three levels of awards, gold, silver and bronze, were possible.

The cities of Carrolton, Denton, Euless, Grapevine, Lancaster, Richardson and Southlake, as well as the town of Addison, earned Silver awards. The cities of Allen, Coppell, Fort Worth, Lewisville, North Richland Hills, Plano, Rockwall and Wylie, along with Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Denton ISD and the town of Flower Mound were awarded Bronze status.

Participating governing bodies were required to provide information on their progress via the DFW Clean Cities Annual Report.

For more information, visit dfwcleancities.org.

 

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