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Guiding Statement

The City of Hillsboro envisions a sustainable future, in which the City responsibly satisfies the needs of its residents, provides a healthy and satisfying work environment for its employees, and minimizes its impact on the physical environment of the community.

Join Our Hillsboro EcoChallenge Team to Help Celebrate Earth Month!
Hillsboro Community EcoChallenge Flyer.  April 1-30.

Are you up for taking shorter showers? Can you bring your reusable bags to the grocery store? Ready to try carpooling? Or going for a daily walk?

Small actions can add up to real change.

Research shows you can form new habits in as little as 21 days. Try something new for at least 14 days in a row and you're more likely to stick with it long-term.

In honor of Earth Month, we want you to join our Hillsboro team in the Hillsboro Community EcoChallenge from April 1-30.

You can connect with other EcoChallengers, earn points for meeting your daily goals, and help inspire others as we watch our collective impact add up. Participation is free and open to everyone!

The EcoChallenge is sponsored by the Northwest Earth Institute, and provides a platform for participants to reduce their impact on the planet by committing to and tracking one or more personal actions for the duration of the challenge.

Are you up for the challenge?  

1. Sign up. It's free! (Disregard the message about cost.)
2. Use the password: campus1718
3. Enter your information
4. Join our team! Select "Join an existing team", search for Hillsboro Community EcoChallenge, and click join!

*Need more help? Open these easy to follow instructions you can refer to while you sign up!

Have questions?

Send us an email and we'll get back to you right away!

 

New! 2007-2016 Greenhouse Gas Inventory Report2007-2016 Hillsboro Greenhouse Gas Inventory Report

Hillsboro completed its first-ever assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from City operations in February 2010. The Green House Gas (GHG) inventory measured emissions from City operations including energy use, City fleet, transportation, travel and emissions from the purchase of goods and services.

Want to know more? Check out the current greenhouse gas report and trends analysis for 2007-2016!

 


Sustainability Partners

Sustainability Partners

Enhabit Logo

 

 Westside Transportation Alliance logo

US Green Building Council Member

 Solar Oregon logo

 US Dept of Energy Logo

Partners for a Sustainable Washington County Community

 ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability

Better Buildings Challenge Logo

EPA Green Power Partner

 Forth Logo
 International Living Future Institue Cascadia Green Building Council logo 
 

NW Solar Communities

 SunShot Logo

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