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Sustainability Action Plan

  • Public Works
Our initial SAP, published in 2010 was a collaborative effort of the Sustainability Advisory Board, City staff, expert

 groups and concerned neighbors.  For the first time, individual programs and projects were examined together to determine if they were really moving us toward city-wide sustainability. We considered what was working, what was missing and how each effort helped or hindered the others. The result was a coordinated statement introducing five priorities and 17 goals organized into eight areas:  Leadership, Air Quality, Energy, Water, Built and Natural Environment, Transportation, Waste, and Progress Tracking.  Within each section, the SAP identifies new initiatives to encourage and assist residents, businesses, developers and others to practice sustainability. Learn more.

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