Idling cars in Greater Kansas City contribute to air pollution. KC Idle-Free is a metro-wide partnership of organizations that are helping improve the region's air quality by reducing idling that takes place on their property.
This program provides free "Idle-Free Zone" signs to participating organizations, and literature for their customers and clients explaining the benefits of not idling.
Our current partners include:
- Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Greater Kansas City Chapter
- Clay County Public Health Center
- City of Kansas City, Mo.
- Commerce Bank
- Kansas City Free Health Clinic
- Kansas City Public Health Department
- Lifetouch Publishing
- Midwest Research Institute
- Platte County Health Department
- University of Kansas Medical Center
This partnership is completely voluntary, and is complemented by anti-idling regulations in both Missouri and Kansas. Learn more about Missouri anti-idling regulations »