The Sustainable Santa Fe Commission is comprised of citizen volunteers that advise the City Council on issues of sustainability with expertise in a variety of areas.
The commission is responsible for development and implementation of the Sustainable Santa Fe Plan
The Commission meetings are held:
~ Third Tuesday of the month
~ 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
~ Councilors' Conference Room - City Hall (200 Lincoln Ave.)
Commission meetins are open to the public. All community members interested in sustainability issues are encouraged to attend.
Agenda's for upcoming meetings and more information about sustainability efforts in our community can be found on the Sustainable SF website at www.sustainablesantafe.wordpress.com
Duties and Responsibilities: “The Sustainable Santa Fe Commission shall work with City staff to develop a Sustainable Santa Fe Plan with a clear implementation strategy and reporting process for consideration for approval by the Governing Body[...] The Plan shall include, but not be limited to, climate change, energy efficiency, building code and construction standards, carbon emission reduction efforts striving towards being a carbon neutral city, water reuse and conservation, urban agriculture, ecological restoration, and the establishment of city wide environmental sustainability standards.” COSF Res. No. 2007-31
For more information, contact Katherine Mortimer
at (505) 955-2262 or visit www.sustainablesantafe.wordpress.com