Aurora’s Green Fleet Action Plan, 2021, will be reviewed every five years, setting a reduction target of 50% emissions reduction by 2028 from fleet vehicles and electrifying the corporate fleet to produce zero emissions by 2051.
Municipal Fleet Electrification Plan
2021 - 2035 Brampton Sustainable Fleet Strategy encompasses a multi-pronged approach combines best management practices and an electric vehicle phase-in toward achieving 86% tailpipe GHG emissions reduction (from 2019 levels) over the 2021-2035 period.
The updated Burlington's Green Fleet Strategy was presented to council on October 05, 2023.
Caledon's Corporate Green Fleet Strategy was approved in 2021. It is an internal document, but the link leads to a staff report, 2021. The Town also has a fleet standardization report that standardized Chevy Bolt EV for the light-duty fleet.
Clarington's Electric Vehicle Action Plan maps out the Municipality’s annual EV purchases and infrastructure needs and makes recommendations for the timing and ideal locations for EV charging stations.
The County does not have a formal plan but has a process in place, will have 12 EV stations, and expects its first light-duty EV in 2023.
Durham Region is developing a Municipal EV Plan for light-duty vehicles to be completed in 2023; the Region also has an internal working strategy developed in 2020.
Pathways to Corporate Fleet Electrification Report includes a review of the existing Corporate policies that relate to fleet (vehicle and equipment) management, including electrification. Based on the policy review, pathways to electrify the Corporate fleet have been defined.
Fleet Services Green Fleet Strategy and Report provides the Fleet Services Section with recommendations and alternatives actions to accelerate and prioritize climate action in response to the climate emergency and provides direction to decommission all diesel vehicles by 2030 and electrify all vehicles by 2050.
The Municipal Fleet Management Policy provides a consistent approach for the management and regulation of Township fleet and its users, across the organization.
The City has an internal document strategy. Still implemented projects and tracking can be found on City's webpage Kingston's Electrify City's Fleet.
Climate Emergency Action Plan, Area of Focus #7, point 8, sets a goal for the city to revise City of London Fleet Vehicle and Equipment Procurement Plans (Timeline: 2023-2025)
Markham submitted a 2023 capital budget request to develop an Electrification and Refueling Infrastructure Strategy.
The Green Fleet and Equipment Policy prioritizes investment in low and zero-emissions fleet, equipment and infrastructure; the Electric Vehicle Charging Station Standard will guide the installation of electric vehicle chargers on City property.
The Town does not have a formal plan, but there are two processes in place: Sustainable Green Fleet Procedure and Fleet Optimization Plan (internal document).
The 2024-2028 Corporate Energy Management Plan sets a goal to reduce the emissions associated with the operation of City of Oshawa's fleet vehicles and supports the electrification of fleet vehicles.
The City of Ottawa currently has four fully electric vehicles and 132 hybrid vehicles.
The Town has an internal document on fleet electrification.
Peel Region has currently 25 electric vehicles and 17 PHEV.
The City does not have a formal plan, but the process and action to electrify the fleet remains part of the ongoing considerations for fleet replacement. Program Area 6: Municipal Leadership from Richmond Hill's Path to a Low-Carbon Future sets a goal to convert the municipal fleet to 100% electric by 2040.
The Pathway to Sustainable City of Toronto Fleets is an overview of a five-year plan for City fleets to address climate mitigation and adaptation with strategies for transitioning City fleets to sustainable, climate resilient, low-carbon operations.
The Transportation and Fleet Management department will be undertaking the update of the Green Fleet Strategy, with a tentative timeline to be approved by Council in Q4 2023. Additionally, Vaughan Fire and Rescue Department has committed to the electrification of all administration vehicles in the next 10 years.
Waterloo Region Transition to a Low Carbon Community Action 2.1.2 sets a goal for the Region to plan and implement a transition to zero-emission vehicles for municipal fleets, working towards a goal of at least half of municipal vehicles being zero-emissions by 2030.
The Whitby's Costing Study identifies Zero Carbon Modelling for fleet which reflects a gradual conversion of all gasoline and diesel vehicle and equipment assets to fully electric models. This approach is reflected in Whitby's Fleet Master Plan which is currently underway development and will be presented to Council for their endorsement.
The City of Windsor is updating the existing Green Fleet Plan, 2012.