Green Operations

Seattle Named No. 1 Government Green Fleet in North America

November 24, 2010

SAN DIEGO - The 40 winners of the 2010 Government Green Fleet Awards were announced at the  Green Fleet Conference in October, with the City of Seattle named as the No. 1 Government Green Fleet in North America. Tom Johnson, author of the 100 Best Fleets program, presented an award and $1,000 check to Dave Seavey, fleet manager for the City of Seattle.

The annual Government Green Fleet Award is open to all federal, state, and local government fleets in North America. Evaluation standards are divided into the following categories: fleet composition, fuel and emissions, policy and planning, fleet utilization, education, executive and employee involvement, and supporting programs.

This year's judges were Rhea Courtney Bozic from Clean Cities New York; David Mills, former fleet supervisor for the City of Oceanside, Calif.; Steve Riley, director of fleet operations for the City of Coral Gables, Fla.; and Paul Condran, fleet manager for the City of Culver City, Calif., and last year's No. 1 Green Fleet award winner.

The 2010 Government Green Fleet Awards winners are:

  1. City of Seattle, WA
  2. Denver, CO Fleet Management
  3. Las Vegas, NV Valley Water District
  4. University of California, Davis
  5. City of Long Beach, CA Fleet Services
  6. City of Phoenix, AZ
  7. City of Columbus, OH Division of Fleet Management
  8. District Of Columbia, DPW-FMA
  9. City of New York, NY
  10. City of Fort Wayne, IN
  11. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
  12. City of Sacramento, CA
  13. County of Alameda, CA
  14. City of Irving, TX
  15. Atlantic County, NJ Utilities Authority
  16. New York City, NY Department of Sanitation
  17. Monroe County, NY Fleet
  18. Equipment Service, City of Vancouver, BC
  19. City of San Diego, CA
  20. Port of Seattle, WA
  21. Dakota County, MN Fleet Management
  22. University of California San Diego, CA
  23. Snohomish County, WA PW Fleet Management Division
  24. Idaho Nat'l Lab Integrated Transportation Services
  25. Town of Cary, NC
  26. City of Colorado Springs, CO
  27. New York City, NY Police Department
  28. City of Thousand Oaks, CA
  29. City of Chicago, IL, Department of Fleet Management
  30. City of New York, NY/ Parks & Recreation
  31. NASA Glenn Research Center (OH)
  32. County of Sonoma CA, Fleet Operations Division
  33. Los Angeles, CA Unified School District
  34. The City of Kansas City, MO
  35. County of Riverside, CA Fleet Services
  36. San Antonio, TX Water System
  37. County Of San Bernardino, CA
  38. Washington State Department of Transportation
  39. City of Durham, NC
  40. City of Milwaukee, WI

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