Tuesday, January 31, 2023 @ 6PM Glendale City Council will vote to adopt the Plastic Waste Reduction Ordinance, which we consider to be an excellent collection of the best practices from around the state that will help us to finally combat the scourge of plastic pollution in our city.
City Council 6 PM: Adoption of City-wide Plastic Waste Reduction Regulations Ordinance
City Council 6 PM: Scholl Canyon Biogas Facility; Grant for SolarAPP+ Automated Permitting
City Council 6 PM at Griffith Manor Park (Riverside Rancho): Glendale Narrows Riverwalk and Community Services & Parks Programs, Garden Bridge Project, Residential Horse Manure Collection Program, Verdugo Wash Project, Housing Element
City Council 6 PM: City-wide Plastic Waste Reduction Regulations ordinance
City Council 6 PM: Item 8c, final decision on the Grayson Repowering and purchase of internal gas combusion engines.
City Council 6 PM: (Item 8a) Status Update on the Request for Proposals (RFP) for Local Clean Distributed Energy Resources (DER); (Item 8b) EcoMotion Report—Review of Glendale Water & Power Department Public Benefit Charge Programs, Findings and Recommendations
City Council 6 PM: Creative Crosswalks update; development of city-wide Polystyrene and Single Use Plastic regulations.
City Council 6 PM: Adoption of REACH CODE ORDINANCE (Building Electrification, Solar Photovoltaic and Electric Vehicle Charging Installations); Final Verdugo Wash Visioning presentation and next steps; RFP for development of a plan to significantly increase solar penetration and develop additional Distributed Energy Resources (DER) in Glendale.
Spread the word! Small businesses and sole proprietors can purchase discounted zero-emission lawn mowers, blowers and more through funding from the CARB’s Clean Off-Road Equipment (CORE). There are $27 million of voucher funds available, but funding will go fast.