Welcome to Sustainable Walnut Creek!
Our mission is to promote a sustainable Walnut Creek through education and community participation.
The Walnut Creek Youth Leadership Commission is holding its first Youth Conference on June 27, 2018 at Civic Park.
The goal of the day is to energize, engage and empower the next leaders in Walnut Creek. Come learn how to become more active in the community, engage with an inspiring keynote speaker and youth panel, learn about job and volunteer opportunities, register to vote, watch performances by local bands and dance groups, experience an art show and win raffle prizes.
The event is FREE, open to all ages and there will be food available for purchase.
Interested in attending? RSVP now!
More info? Click here.
SWC will be doing the Iron Horse Cleanup, removing litter and graffiti from Civic Park to Walden Park. We’re looking for up to 5 volunteers. Please contact Bob Joe at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
More information on Walnut Creek’s Community Service Day, click here.
The Walnut Creek Saves program is available through the end of the year to residents of incorporated Walnut Creek. Below are flyers for your information.
PDF format available here
The City of Walnut Creek is excited to announce that SunShares is back this Fall! SunShares is a renewable energy procurement program making it easier and more affordable for Bay Area residents to go solar or purchase an electric vehicle. SunShares offers discounts and free workshops. There’s something for everyone — renters can also learn more about their clean energy options. To sign up or for more information, please visit: www.bayareasunshares.org.
A Contra Costa workshop will be held on September 28 from 7-8 PM at Concord’s City Hall, 1950 Parkside Drive, Concord. In addition, the program will hold several webinars covering the same material. RSVP for workshops and webinars at www.bayareasunshares.org/events. More than 30 Walnut Creek homeowners have gone solar by participating in previous SunShares programs.
The City of Walnut Creek is participating in SunShares to help support the clean energy goals in our Climate Action Plan, provide additional resources to our residents, and demonstrate our commitment to sustainability. SunShares is a project of the Business Council on Climate Change (BC3), a non-profit working with Bay Area businesses to take collective action on sustainability issues.
For PDF version, click here.