Although Clean Cities is a voluntary effort, there are specific steps to become a designated coalition. The first step is to form a coalition of community stakeholders.

Stakeholder participation is essential to the success of a Clean Cities coalition. There are several strategies new coalitions can use to attract and maintain stakeholders.

Learn how to Become A Stakeholder


  • City of Norwich

  • New London Public Works

  • Groton Public Works

  • Waterford Public Works

  • Town of Franklin

  • Norwich Public Schools

  • Southeastern CT Council of Governments

  • Eastern CT State University

  • US Navy Sub Base

  • Groton Fire Department

  • Franklin Fire Department

  • Norwich Fire Department

  • Groton Utilities

  • Norwich Public Utilities (Host Agency/Coalition Anchor)

  • Estuary Transit District

  • SEAT

  • Mohegan Tribe

  • Mashantucket Tribe

  • Air & Gas Technology

  • Hocon Autogas

Norwich Clean Cities

The City of Norwich, Connecticut participates in the Clean Cities Program. It's mission is to advance the nation's economic, environmental, and energy security by supporting local decisions to adopt practices that contribute to the reduction of petroleum consumption.

Phone: 860-823-4182 

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