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  • City Expands Public Access to Recycling Containers

    If you’ve visited some of the City’s civic sites or used our transit system recently, you may have noticed some shiny new recycling bins around town. Thanks to grants provided by CalRecycle and the Federal Transit Administration, residents will now have access to both recycling and trash disposal...

  • The City’s Carbon Footprint and YOU

    Significant reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are needed in the next decade and beyond to prevent the most catastrophic effects of climate change. You probably know of some sources of GHG emissions, such as fossil fuels used to power vehicles and generate electricity. But did you know...

  • COVID Cleanup: Discarding Masks and Gloves

    The unprecedented challenge the COVID-19 pandemic has caused worldwide has fundamentally changed the way we communicate, learn, meet, and conduct business. The use of PPE (personal protective equipment) such as...

  • Climate and Environmental Planning for the City – Help us!

    The City is developing a Climate and Environmental Action Plan (CEAP) in conjunction with its General Plan and we need your help. The goal of the CEAP is to...

  • Single-use Disposables: Convenience at a Cost

    What are single-use disposables? Single-use disposables (SUDs) are goods that are designed to be disposed of after a single use. These include items like plastic utensils, napkins, straws, and various take-out food or drink containers. SUDs represent a significant...

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