The Capital Region Climate Readiness Collaborative cares about healthy living. Read these OutsideIN Capital Region tips:Healthy Climate-Friendly Food Healthy Climate-Friendly Travel Being Healthy in a Drier Climate
The Capital Region Climate Readiness Collaborative cares about healthy living. Read these OutsideIN Capital Region tips:
Make your business GREEN! Sacramento County has resources to help Sacramento County businesses "go green" at the
Business Environmental Resources Center (BERC) on the
Sacramento Area Sustainable Business page.
Clean Energy Financing -
Pace Program available in unincorporated SacCounty and City of Citrus Heights for Homes and Businesses.
Clean Energy Financing -
PACE Program available in unincorporated SacCounty and City of Citrus Heights for Homes and Businesses.
Fast Track House Plans for Energy Efficient Infill Homes - Increases development of vacant/underutilized sites in the unincorporated area. Plans are largely pre-approved by Sacramento County Building Division.
Energy Upgrade California is a one-stop-shop for home improvement projects that can lower your energy use, conserve water and natural resources, and make your home healthier and more comfortable. Use the
Energy Upgrade California website to:
SMUD (Sacramento Municipal Utility District) is a community-owned electric utility serving Sacramento County and portions of Placer and Yolo Counties. SMUD provides customer rebates and low-cost financing for energy efficiency and solar energy projects.
Visit the SMUD website for rebates and learn more energy saving tips.
PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric) provides natural gas service to Sacramento County residents. They offer a number of
rebates and financing programs.
Join the Regional Effort to Conserve Water - Every Drop Counts
River-Friendly Landscaping (RFL) is an environmentally friendly way of gardening.
River-Friendly Landscaping practices are designed to help you create a healthy, beautiful, vibrant yard while conserving water, reducing yard waste, and preventing pollution of our air and local rivers.
Be Water Smart and the Blue Thumb program help residents and businesses to learn how to use water more efficiently and save money. View a comprehensive list of water-efficient project rebates available on the
Be Water Smart website.
WaterSense has a comprehensive list of water-efficient products such as faucets, toilets and showerheads. Learn more at the WaterSense website.
Save Our Water is a statewide program to help Californians reduce everyday water use. Take an interactive house tour to investigate water saving opportunities in each area of your home on the
Save Our Water website.
Sacramento County Water Agency offers rebates for efficient washing machines, toilets and even installation of a rain garden! Visit the
Sacramento County Water Agency website for more information.
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