There are many resources that can help you live a greener life. You can check any product on the Good Guide to see how it rates in terms of health and environmental impact. There are also many rebates available for energy and water saving devices. Other green resources can be found by clicking on the links on the right sidebar.
The City of Thousand Oaks wants to help you Go Green. We produce a monthly eNewsletter, news blog and social media channels to keep residents informed about the latest environmental news, events, and programs.
Go Green E-Newsletter Archive
How Green is your Garden?
The garden is a place where toxic chemicals often exist, but alternatives are also widely known and practiced. Click on any of the links below to find out more about sustainable yard and garden practices, including:
- Naturally controlling pests inside and outside your home (Integrated Pest Management)
- Rodent control
- Drought tolerant grasses and plants
- Composting and Grasscycling
For more yard & garden resources click on the link in the right sidebar.