Climate Change & Air Quality
Smart Energy
Recycling & Garbage (Curbside, Compost, Glass, Neighborhood Cleanup, Special Events)
Green Transportation (Biking, Walking, Public Transit, Alternative Fuel Vehicles, SmartTrips)
Water Resources (Quality & Conservation)
Sustainable Food (Grow, Eat & Sell Local)
Green Spaces (Parks, Open Space and Urban Forestry)
Business Tools (e2 Program & Business Recycling)
Community (Arts & Culture, Community Health & Safety, Housing, Education)

SLCgreen

Happy Earth Day, Salt Lake City!

 

Salt Lake City's Guide to a Sustainable City

Salt Lake City Green is comprised of award-winning environmental programs that continue to help us conserve resources, reduce pollution, slow climate change and ensure a healthy, sustainable future for Salt Lake City.

 

Featured Blog: Earth Day Impact: Reduce & Reuse

Are you wondering what you can do to reduce your impact this Earth Day -- and every day?
 
More than 1,300 tons of garbage is buried in the Salt Lake Valley Landfill every day. Here are a few simple things you can do to limit your impact:

- Embrace reusable products
- Avoid overpackaging
- Reduce junk mail

Read more on the Green Blog.

 

Sustainable City Dashboard

“The Sustainable City Dashboard is an effort to openly engage with residents as we work toward our goals for the future,” said Mayor Becker. “The tool illuminates a broad and ambitious agenda to protect our resources, enhance our assets and establish a path toward greater resiliency and vitality for every aspect of our community.” Read more.

 
Explore what Salt Lake City is doing and share your own ideas for the future. Visit the new Sustainable City Dashboard.

 

Sustainability Headlines

Learn more about the proposed Business & Multi-Family Recycling Ordinance.
Join the Salt Lake City Green Team to get the inside scoop on green events, tips and more in SLC.
Recycle your old electronics safely (& for free!) at one of our Saturday e-waste recycling events this summer.
Sustainable Salt Lake -- Plan 2015 outlines vision for the future.
New businesses sign on to the e2 Business Program.
Need to report a missed curbside pickup or broken bin? Fill out our online form.
Learn more about food in SLC with the Community Food Assessment Report.

 

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Mayor Becker's Livability Agenda: Sustainability