Sustainability Plan Next Steps

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Thank you for your participation in the Online Open House

Thank you to the many stakeholders who worked over the past 11 months to create a community-centered vision for Redmond's climate and sustainability programming. Council unanimously adopted the Environmental Sustainability Action Plan on September 15, 2020, and now staff are actively transitioning to implementation of the Plan.

You can learn more about the key, near-term efforts in the Implementation and Evaluation Planning section of the Sustainability Plan, (pages 88-100), including the formation of an internal Sustainability Team and an external advisory committee.

Be sure to subscribe to our email list to stay up to date and don't hesitate to reach

Thank you to the many stakeholders who worked over the past 11 months to create a community-centered vision for Redmond's climate and sustainability programming. Council unanimously adopted the Environmental Sustainability Action Plan on September 15, 2020, and now staff are actively transitioning to implementation of the Plan.

You can learn more about the key, near-term efforts in the Implementation and Evaluation Planning section of the Sustainability Plan, (pages 88-100), including the formation of an internal Sustainability Team and an external advisory committee.

Be sure to subscribe to our email list to stay up to date and don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.


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