Share Your Ideas on Driving Down Vehicle Emissions
Participants in the City’s first Climate and Environmental Action Plan stakeholder meeting last month learned about expected changes in Thousand Oaks' over the next 20 years including an extra 8-10 days per year above 95 degrees. This month we will focus on driving down GHG emissions from vehicles.
RecycleTO Metrics: Let’s Get This Party Started!
Trash day calendar reminders, a recycling search tool, and household hazardous waste appointment scheduling all in a simple, free, and easy-to-use app...
The City's First Microgrid
Did you know that much of the electricity used to treat your wastewater at the City’s Hill Canyon Treatment Plant (HCTP) is generated onsite from renewable resources?
Choose your Future City: Thousand Oaks 2045
The Thousand Oaks we enjoy today is a result of the vision of our community and its leaders...
Climate Planning in the City – Get Involved!
Thousand Oaks is now developing its Climate and Environmental Action Plan (CEAP), and provided an update report to Council this week on community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and engagement plans. The CEAP will detail the...