Sustainable City Commission
The eleven member Sustainable City Commission advises the City Council on environmental issues such as buildings and neighborhoods, urban nature, transportation, water, energy, waste reduction and eco products and services, and is responsible for creating a Sustainable City action plan. View the Sustainable City Commission Enacting Ordinance.
The Sustainable City Commission meetings are held the 4th Thursday of each month at 4:00 pm in the City Council Chambers and are open to the public.
City Hall is located at 333 W. Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90802. There are multiple ways to get to City Hall and members of the public are encouraged to be sustainable by walking, biking, carpooling or taking public transit.
May 24th, 2018
Theme: Community Resilience
Presentations: Environmental Services Bureau on Waste Reduction Programs and Accomplishments, and Marcia Tolentino with the Residential GHG Reduction Workshop Presentation
Theme: Climate Action
Theme: Water Conservation
Presentations: LB Water on Conservation Metrics and Programs, Sustainability staff on the Draft 2018 Work Plan
Sustainable City Commission Retreat: 2018 Sustainable City Workplan discussion
Theme: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
Presentations: Long Beach Fleet Services on their progress towards a Green Fleet, and a presentation on Energy Efficient Mortgages and other home efficiency financing options.
Theme: Community Choice Energy
Theme: Multi-modal Transportation
Theme: Port of Long Beach
Presentations: Port of Long Beachabout the Clean Air Action Plan and On-Dock Rail
Other Items: Climate Action and Adaptation Plan Update, EV Charger Giveaway Update
Theme: Stormwater Treatment
Presentations: Stormwater Management Division
Other Items: EV Charger Giveaway Update, Urban Agriculture Incentive Zone Program