Utah Clean Cities accepts UCAIR Community Partner of the Year award

Utah Clean Cities accepting the UCAIR Clean Air Community Partner of the Year award.
From left to right: Thom Carter, UCAIR Executive Director; Amanda Smith, UCAIR Board Chair; Tammie Bostick; and Governor Gary Herbert.

The Utah Clean Air (UCAIR) program and Utah Governor Gary Herbert awarded the Utah Clean Cities coalition as their 2020 Community Partner of the Year.

“For over 25 years, Utah Clean Cities has worked tirelessly to support transitions to advance fuels and clean transportation systems,” the coalition said in an article about their win. “To be surrounded by air quality and clean strategy organizations that have collectively lead Utah to an increasingly cleaner future is both humbling and exciting. Here’s to another 25 years of Clean Fuels, Clean Strategies, and Clean Air!”

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Executive Director Thom Carter stated that UCAIR feels it is important to highlight groups and individuals, such as the Utah Clean Cities coalition, doing work to better their community.

“We live in a carbon constrained world, and we know as a collective that we need to make changes in our transportation sector,” Tammie Bostick, executive director of Utah Clean Cities said. “Utah Clean Cities has the solution to the pollution.”

UCAIR is a state program enacted to create partnerships with businesses and communities to better the overall air quality and overall quality of life.

Congratulations Utah Clean Cities!


  1. The great team in Utah – led by Tammie – is certainly deserving of the award. There level of connectedness in the state is unrivaled!


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