Glendale City Council votes unanimously to move forward with Glendale joining the Race to Zero campaign. Council members raise various subjects including increasing EV charging in Glendale, potential city support for a state-wide ban on gas-powered landscaping equipment, and a potential ordinance to prevent excessive light pollution.
The July Memo Update on Glendale’s Clean Energy Programs is out! Read on to see how the various projects are progressing.
Glendale City Council votes unanimously to move forward with an ordinance change to allowing backyard beekeeping in residential zones, Councilmember Najarian introduces the Metro Micro service and Councilmember Brotman requests an implementation plan for the transition of all of Glendale’s parks and properties from gas to electric landscaping equipment, now that funding has been allocated, as well as a plan to expand this policy city-wide.
Sustainability Commission Agenda includes Regulation of Disposable Foodware Accessories, Appointment of (non-voting) Student Commission Members, Just Transition to Clean Energy, Intern Projects, Climate Action Plan update and more.
These projects will benefit the entire Glendale Community and leave the City of Glendale in a better position to both mitigate the effects of climate change and reduce our impacts.
The June Memo Update on Glendale’s Clean Energy Programs is out! Read on to see how the various projects are progressing.
Measure S Budget Study Session outcomes include the inclusion of several sustainability related projects.
This week in view: Eco Items at the Sustainability Commission, GWP Commission, Glendale City Council
Glendale’s Sustainability Office is seeking students to serve on the Sustainability Commission. Application deadline is 5/14 at 5:00pm
Sustainability Director David Jones offered a presentation on the “Race to Zero” campaign.
We are thankful for President Joe Biden’s April 24 statement from the White House officially and properly recognizing the Armenian genocide.
The Peak Savings program is a demand response program for residential and commercial customers. By reducing electric demand, you reduce GWP’s need to potentially use additional non-renewable energy resources to provide power to its customers.