Within the parameters of a smart city, more attention will be paid to a clean environment, optimal use of resources and environmental operations, recycling and increased digitalization for modelling and collecting data. The Smart City goal is to establish a sustainable, healthy and a livable environment. Environmental space is authentic due to being bound to natural resources in order to provide solid and resilient services. In addition to conventional engineering, other methods apt to the city’s natural resources and structure will be employed. The Smart Environment Action Plan aims at minimizing waste, improving recycling efficiency, expanding green space by managing and utilizing rainwater, developing smart city applications to reduce leakage, and restructuring environmental surveillance and control. In addition, development zones for the protection of endangered vegetation on a global scale, air quality monitoring processes against increasing traffic density and urban regeneration, are some among the many smart environment activities. Smart environment zones are built under the vision of “Optimizing the efficient use of resources at the highest level by using technology”, in order to protect environmental resources, to enable sustainability, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate changes. A green and a rehabilitated environment will be the byproduct of this goal.