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City Organizational Goals - 2030

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Materials Management

  • Achieve a rate of construction material consumption that meets internal standards for sustainability
  • 100% of all inputs purchased by the City are sourced from sustainable sources or meet internally established criteria (e.g., zero waste, zero toxins) where technologically and financially feasible
  • Zero toxic emissions
  • 100% recycling of waste from City operations
  • Zero construction and maintenance waste (no waste from construction and maintenance activities is sent to landfill). May be accomplished via public/private partnerships 

Energy and Air Quality

  • 20% reduced energy intensity by 2020 (goal achieved); In 2018, a new goal was established to achieve an additional 20% energy savings by 2025.
  • 60% reduced City facility energy consumption per square foot (2007 baseline)
  • 100% of electricity and natural gas sourced from renewable sources for City facilities and exterior lighting infrastructure
  • 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions; 100% of remaining emissions offset (2007 baseline)
  • 80% production of energy for City facilities from renewable energy sources 
  • 100% fossil fuel-free staff vehicles and 40% reduction for other exempt vehicles (non-passenger emergency response, etc.) [Based on available technologies and cost effectiveness] (2007 baseline)
  • All City facilities zero net energy consumption, if feasible based on Return on Investment (ROI) or cost/benefit analysis


  • 100% of City development investments meet a standard set for sustainable development, and City promotes and encourages sustainable development by others
  • 100% of applicable City policies incorporate the principles of sustainability
  • All city facilities constructed or renovated shall meet equivalent of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards or better, unless cost prohibitive based on Return on Investment (ROI) or cost/benefit analysis

Natural Resources

  • 25% reduction in water consumption by City facilities against established baseline (including re-use and other measures) (2007 baseline)




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