St. Louis Park is committed to being a leader in environmental stewardship. We promote environmental awareness and responsibility in all areas of city business.
In 2018, the St. Louis Park city council adopted a Climate Action Plan with the ambitious goal of achieving carbon neutrality — having a net zero carbon footprint — by 2040.
In order to advance sustainable programs and provide direction for residents, business owners and city staff, the city council created the St. Louis Park Environment and Sustainability Commission. The commission, which is open to residents and local business representatives, is dedicated to issues related to environmental stewardship and sustainability in St. Louis Park.
The City of St. Louis Park aims to lead and demonstrate how goals in the Climate Action Plan can be achieved. Learn more about what the city has done to show leadership in building improvements, energy efficiency and renewable energy use.
Accomplishing the goals of the Climate Action Plan requires the participation of everyone in the community. The city offers resources to help residents, businesses and organizations reduce energy use and support renewable energy projects.
St. Louis Park has a goal of achieving 100 percent renewable energy by 2030. One way you can be part of this effort is by installing solar power for your home or business. Visit the solar opportunities page to learn more and get started.
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