- Video interview with Step Up and Power Down, a partnership between PG&E and select California cities that can help you save energy and money on your utility bill.
- Peninsula SunShares residential solar program (March 1 – August 31)
Click on the buttons above to discover Redwood City's Environmental Initiatives – a collection of programs, activities, tools, and ideas for reducing energy and water use in your home, neighborhood, business, and the entire city! It's all about sustainability and "going green" in our community.
Redwood City's environmental programs are designed to reduce our citywide greenhouse gas emissions and developed as part of our Climate Action Plan process. Our current Climate Action Plan, adopted by the City Council on Earth Day, April 22, 2013, is a roadmap to help us meet our environmental goals for 2020.
Together, as a community, we can conserve energy and water, cut down on waste, reduce our carbon footprint, take positive action to help protect our future from climate change, and promote sustainability. It's easy going green with Redwood City Verde!
For more information about Redwood City's Environmental Initiatives, please contact Vicki Sherman, Environmental Initiatives Coordinator, at 650-780-7472 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about other money and energy saving opportunities, check out the San Mateo County Energy Watch program.