Colma Green

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Welcome to Colma Green!

The Colma City Council’s commitment to sustainability was established prior to the development of its CAP. City Council adopted a Climate Action Plan (CAP) on May 8, 2013, to increase energy efficiency, water conservation and improve recycling for residents and businesses. Not only will new programs reduce greenhouse gas emissions, they also reduce costs and conserve natural resources.

Under Council’s leadership, the Town has been conducting business in a way that considers natural resources and environmental impacts. The Town policies, operations and projects reflect a genuine concern for the health of our community and planet. In February 2014, the Town has adopted a Sustainability Policy that can be seen here.

The three largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions are (1) energy (2) solid waste and (3) transportation. Under Council’s leadership, the Town has been conducting business in a way that considers natural resources and environmental impacts for many years. Town policies, operations and projects reflect a genuine concern for the health of our community and planet.

Click here to see the following examples illustrate the Town’s climate protection efforts to ensure that future generations and natural ecosystems are stable and even thrive.

The Town is expanding its efforts to encourage our community to be green and sustainable. Please use the menu on the left hand side of the web page to view the contents of this section.

Also, the Town of Colma offers rebates up to $500 to residents who purchase water saving appliances and drought tolerant plants.  See http://www.colma.ca.gov/index.php/239-news/347-save-up-to-500-residential-water-saving-rebate-applications-now-available for more information.

See https://www.calwater.com/conservation/conservation-kits/ for tips and:

  •  Get a free water conservation kit
  •  Replace old toilets with water efficient toilets and get a rebate
  •  Purchase a water efficient washing machine and get a rebate

 For more information please go to the Sustainability tab at www.colma.ca.gov.

 

Town Contact: Lori Burns
  Human Resources Manager
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  650.997.8306
  650.997.8308 (fax)