City of Tallahassee's Idle Free Employee Competition
The City of Tallahassee's Employee Idle Free Competition was launched to promote and increase City employees' participation in the community-wide Idle Free Pledge Campaign. The City's leadership team has set the example for this initiative by taking the pledge and has encouraged all City employees to support the initiative. The City of Tallahassee prides itself in being a steward of the community's environmental resources and that stewardship is clearly demonstrated in City employees' active participation in community-wide, environmental initiatives, such as the Idle Free Pledge Campaign. High employee participation in the Idle Free Pledge Campaign demonstrates the City's leadership on this issue and encourages unnecessary idling behavior throughout the community.
For the purposes of this competition, City employees will compete in one of the following seven teams: Utility Services, Safety and Neighborhood, Development and Transportation, Management and Administration, Executive Services, Appointed Officials, and Mayor and City Commission. The Employee Idle Free Competition ran from January 2011 to April 2011.
Last Updated: June 8, 2011
View the departments' participation in the competition.
To find out what unnecessary idling is, visit our "What is Idling" page. If you have any questions concerning the Idle Free Competition, please contact Tony Murray, John Baker, or the Idle Free Campaign.