Sustainable Clackamas County
Sustainability means using, developing and protecting resources at a rate and in a manner enabling people to meet their current needs while ensuring that future generations can meet their own needs.
Garbage and Recycling - garbage and recycling information for residents, businesses and schools.
Schedule a Workshop on recycling, green cleaners, backyard composting, natural gardening, energy efficiency at home, solar basics and more. County staff is available to give presentations on a variety of topics at your neighborhood association, garden club, church, school or other community group, call 503-557-6363 or email email@example.com.
Energy Efficiency - Learn about things you can do to save energy and incentives available to help.
Clean Energy Works Oregon - Simplifies energy efficiency by offering one-stop energy upgrade services with no upfront costs.
Real-time energy production of the solar array on the roof of the Clackamas County Development Services Building at 150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City. Click on the meters -Flash Player required.
The county has been growing its commitment to sustainability and expanding sustainable practices for several years. These policies and plans inform our approach to sustainability.
- Resolution for a Sustainable Clackamas County
- Action Plan for a Sustainable Clackamas County
- Clackamas County Sustainability Policy and Procedures
Clackamas County Office of Sustainability, 503-557-6363, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Development Services Building, 150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045
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