Aspen conducts survey on idling |

Aspen conducts survey on idling

Staff report
The Aspen Times
Aspen CO Colorado

ASPEN – The city of Aspen’s Environmental Health Department is conducting an online survey to learn more about how residents would like to see the city’s law against idling vehicles enforced.

Idling for more than five minutes is illegal in Aspen. To provide input on the issue, residents can go to and click on the “Idling Survey” link in the City Spotlight section.

The nine-question survey asks respondents in which area of the city they reside, whether idling vehicles is a concern or problem and where idling vehicles are typically noticed. The survey also asks respondents if they leave their own vehicles idling and why or why not.

Among other questions, the survey also outlines the penalties for idling citations and asks respondents what level of enforcement they’d like to see.

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