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Five Of The Cleanest Cities In America

Travelers Today       By    Jestan Dale Mendame

Updated: Mar 07, 2017 03:48 AM EST

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Are you fed up with smoke, dust, and other kinds of pollutants? Well, maybe it's time for you to take a break and go to a clean place that's free from pollution. If you don't know where to begin, here are five of the cleanest cities in America that you might want to consider.

Coeur d' Alene, Idaho

Located in the Northwestern part of Idaho, this city is listed as one of cleanest cities in the U.S. having an average cleanliness rating of 4.85. According to Expedia, this city is known for its Cougar Bay Preserve that is a protected area occupies 88 acres of land that is home to different kinds of plant and animal species. In fact, it is home to about 30 rare animal species.

Surfside, Florida

Being a city located near the sea, this place does a great job of preserving its shores and the wildlife that inhabits it as well. In fact, the city has conservation programs for the Loggerhead sea turtles and aims to protect the nesting grounds of this turtle species that's located on its shores.

Beaver Creek, Colorado

Beaver Creek gives so much priority to environmental stewardship involving other people in their programs like the Ski with a Ranger activity where guests can learn how to protect the environment. It's a place where people can enjoy nature and learn about it at the same time.

Colorado Springs, Colorado

According to State of the Air, Colorado Springs once got the number spot being one of the country's cleanest metropolitan areas in terms of 24-hour particle pollution. One notable program that this city has is the Keep Colorado Springs Beautiful program that aims to educate people about the benefits of keeping the city clean and beautiful.

Cannon Beach, Oregon

Cannon Beach's efforts in maintaining its coastal areas have been a success for the past years. It started way back in 1999 when a portion of the Ecola Creek Watershed was bought by the city for conservation purposes. Now, there are more watersheds that this city conserves for the development of its natural habitats. 

If you're looking to escape from pollution, these cities are the perfect places to go. Plan out your next trip to these five cleanest cities in the America, and enjoy the clean and green surroundings!

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