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Climate and Energy Action Plan

With a unanimous vote, Council approved a Climate and Energy Action Plan at its March 7, 2017 meeting.  The plan is the culmination of 18 months of work from the Mayor appointed Climate and Energy Action Plan (CEAP) ad-hoc committee, City staff and the project consultant team.

The plan contains a strategy for reaching defined goals and targets to reduce carbon emissions and plan and adapt the community for anticipated local climate changes.  Further, the plan is organized into six core focus areas, each with their own set of identified actions to meet the goals and targets set in the plan.

The plan is available to view and download in several formats, one without the four major appendices and one with the appendices.

Contact Stu Green at if you would like more information on the plan or its implementation.

Final Approved Plan

Additional Information
Greenhouse Gas Inventory

Regional Renewable Energy Assessment

Open House #3

Open House #2

Open House #1

Plan Creation Committee and Consultant
Committee Scope and Members

Cascadia Consulting Group

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