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Sustainability Office
526 Pierce Street
Monterey, CA 93940
Voice: (831) 646-5662

Hours
8am to 5pm
Monday - Friday

Ted J. Terrasas, REHS Sustainability Coordinator terrasas@monterey.org

Kids and Schools

Kids and parents, looking for some fun activities to learn the importance of recycling and how to become sustainable citizens? Check out the Kids Zone for some links to activity books, online resources, and catchy videos to spark children's interests!

Latest ECO News

26 October 2018
Request for Proposals - Transportation Adaptation Plan

Request for Proposals - Transportation Adaptation Plan

Request for Proposals - Transportation Adaptation Plan

The City of Monterey (“City”) is seeking proposals from qualified firms or individuals to develop the City’s Transportation Adaptation Plan (“Plan”).  The City received $212,472.00 in State Public Transportation Account—Adaptation Planning Grant funds to complete the Plan no later than February 2021. The Plan will build upon the City of Monterey’s Sea Level Rise and Vulnerability Analyses, Existing Conditions and Issues Report completed in 2016 (https://monterey.org/Portals/0/Policies-Procedures/Planning/WorkProgram/LCP/16_0316_FINAL_Monterey_ExistingConditions_wAppendixA_WEB.pdf).

24 September 2018
What Goes Where App now available for iOS and Android

What Goes Where App now available for iOS and Android

What Goes Where App LogoFor iOS and Android, What Goes Where App is Monterey County’s guide to help you determine how to recycle everyday materials. Plastic containers, pizza boxes, coffee cups, bags, paint – the app will guide you to curbside programs and nearby drop-off locations to maximize reuse and recycling options. Play the What Goes Where Sorting Game to learn how to separate materials in your carts! Get this informative and helpful app today.

Find out more at whatgoeswhere.info/get-the-app/

02 July 2018
Monterey Bay Community Power Launches, July 1, 2018

Monterey Bay Community Power Launches, July 1, 2018

If you live in Monterey, Santa Cruz or San Benito Counties you should have hopefully received a notice or two in the mail introducing Monterey Bay Community Power (MBCP) as a new option as your energy provider. MBCP began providing power to commercial customers back in March, and as of July 1st will begin providing power to all residential customers in the tri county area.

Becoming an MBCP customer could not be easier, simply take no action, you will automatically be enrolled as a customer. This is the case because CA law defaults to the local energy provider (MBCP) unless the customer opts out to another option (PG&E).

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