Sustainability Master Plan
Improve community health and safety by providing programs, education and leadership to: reduce waste generation; increase innovative waste diversion programs; and appropriately manage toxic and hazardous materials.
Wisely manage local and regional water, wastewater and storm water to create a high quality, sustainable system.
Utilize clean, efficient and reliable energy for the city and community as a whole.
Provide an efficient, multi-modal and cost-effective transportation system that offers increasingly clean measures for all users.
Built and Natural Environment
Promote sustainable land use and development to manage growth while conserving the environment and natural resources.
Promote health and wellness by encouraging businesses, government agencies, non-profits and individuals to improve the community’s triple bottom line.
The Project Team presented the final Sustainability Master Plan at a public open house hosted on June 13, 2012.