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Mayors' Commission on Climate Change: Meeting #3

The Mayors’ Commission on Climate Change will be conducting its third public meeting on Wednesday, May 29, 4:00 - 7:30 pm at the Sacramento City Hall Council Chambers. The meeting will discuss recommendations for the Built Environment sector that aim to reach the City of Sacramento and City of West Sacramento’s target of carbon zero by 2045. Presentations and discussions will be centered around the top three priority strategies for the Built Environment sector, as well as on the strategies’ financing options, alignment with community needs, cost effectiveness and more.

The meeting will be open to the public and allow for public comments regarding the Commission’s work. An RSVP is not required to attend.



The Mayors’ Commission on Climate Change is a joint initiative of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon. Recognizing the importance of preparing our communities for an already changing climate, the mayors have established the Commission to develop a common vision and set of strategies for both cities to achieve carbon zero, by 2045. The Commission will convene for five three-hour public meetings, structured around key sectors including the built environment, mobility, and community health and resiliency. The final result will be a Recommendations Report that highlights priority strategies to achieve Carbon Zero to inform Sacramento and West Sacramento’s update to their Climate Action Plans.

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