The Sustainable Neighborhood Plan (SNP - 150 page PDF) was created during the City’s Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) Planning Grant. The purpose of the SNP was to capture the perspectives of the residents of the Planning Area and translate them into actionable Community Priorities. Naturally, the SNP was foundational to the City’s TCC Implementation Grant, which largely sought to implement the Community Priorities. City Council approved the SNP in October 2019.
While it is not exclusively a climate plan, the City’s 2040 General Plan (244 page PDF) contains many goals, policies, and actions that address public health, environmental justice, air quality, and climate change. Appendix A of the 2040 General Plan sorts the goals, policies, and actions by the aforementioned topics.
The City’s Climate Action Plan (CAP - 243 page PDF) was completed in August 2014 per a Settlement Agreement following the adoption of the 2035 General Plan. The primary purpose of the CAP was to complete an inventory of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with community activity and recommend strategies to reduce GHG emissions.
The community GHG inventory conducted for the CAP is the most recent inventory available for the entire City. An updated community GHG inventory is planned during FY 2021-22.
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