Go Green RPV
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Go Green RPV is an effort to foster greater environmental awareness and to ensure the continued implementation of environmental-friendly practices throughout the City. We encourage you to do your part by taking advantage of these helpful resources below.
GREEN BUILDING & ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS
Learn about the voluntary, Green Building Program that offers development incentives to property owners for qualifying projects.
Obtain information about the City’s streamlined solar submittal process, reduced permit fees and inspection requirements.
The City is working to make EV charging more accessible throughout the City. Be sure to check out rebate opportunities made available by Southern California Edison. Additional resources are available by visiting the South Bay Cities Council of Government’s website.
Check out conservation requirements and resources including the City’s Water Efficient Landscaping Ordinance and turf-removal rebate opportunities.
Obtain information about solid waste pickup, recycling, electronic waste and bulky item disposal.
The Emissions Reduction Action Plan (ERAP) outlines the City’s sustainable strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Learn about the FREE service that is offered by the South Bay Cities Council of Governments designed to encourage sustainable actions in our local business community.
EDUCATION & WORKSHOPS
The City in partnership with South Bay area cities and the South Bay Environmental Services Center provide a wide range of educational opportunities to learn about energy efficiency products and programs as well as drought tolerant landscape improvements.
Check out financing opportunities to make energy and water efficient upgrades to your home or business. PACE is a simple and effective way to finance energy efficiency, renewable energy, water conservation, and seismic upgrades to buildings.