Idling happens while: waiting to pick someone up from school, sports practice or the library sitting at a drive-through or car wash checking email and voicemail - check before you start the car Click here to take the Tri-Valley Idle Free pledge
• Take the Pledge to be Idle Free. Gather at a school assembly, PTA meeting, or other event to demonstrate your school’s commitment with a pledge-signing ceremony. • Share information from the Idle Reduction Fact Sheet with students so that they can start a conversation at home about the impact of idling. • Distribute Idle Reduction and Parents are asked to read the letter and fact sheet, sign the pledge not to idle, and return the "No Idling" pledge form to school with their child. The second packet contains thank you gifts, which will be given to students who return the "No Idling" pledge. The gifts include a "No Idling" key chain and a (Description of gift).