Climate Action Plan 

The City’s Climate Action Plan is contained in the City’s General Plan and is used to identify actions that the community and local government can take to reduce emissions based on emission reduction targets set for the community and the city’s government operations. The City has successfully achieved its 2020 emission reduction targets (20% below year 2000 levels) and is currently working to identify new targets and update its Climate Action Plan.   

See information below to find out more or to join the conversation. 

Preliminary CAP Programs Recommended by the Task Force

The following programs have been preliminarily recommended by the task force based on Task Force meetings to date. 

    The Built Environment: Building Decarbonization and Renewable Energy (PDF) 

Climate Action Plan Update - Meeting 8

May 18, 2022 6-8:30pm 

 May 18, 2022 CAP Agenda (PDF)

 May 18, 2022  CAP Packet (PDF) 

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This meeting will focus on Sequestration & Adaptation and Implementation & Monitoring Programs to include in CAP. Presentation from Chris Choo, Marin County Planning Manager, Department of Public Works.

Climate Action Plan Update - Meeting 7  

April 19, 2022 6 - 8:30pm, in person meeting: Mill Valley City Hall, Council Chambers (26 Corte Madera Avenue, Mill Valley)

This meeting will focus on public outreach, education and behavior change as a means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Presentation will include speakers from Ride and Drive Clean Marin, Resilient Neighborhoods and Tamalpais Highschool.  The task force will also review and finalize waste and water CAP programs.  

Agenda (PDF); Meeting Materials (PDF) Meeting Video(LINK)

Climate Action Plan Update - Meeting 6

March 2, 2022 6 - 8:30 pm

This meeting will focus on finalizing the transportation emission reduction programs and initiate discussion about the waste and water-related programs to include in the draft CAP. As part of the meeting, the Task Force will review actions and measures to consider including in the Climate Action Plan update.

    Agenda and Meeting Materials (PDF) 

Mount Tam, a green hill, with wooded hillsides, white fluffy clouds and blue skyClimate Action Plan Update - Meeting 5


January 26, 2022 6 - 8:30 pm

This meeting will focus on finalizing the Build-Environment emission reduction programs and initiate discussion about the transportation-related programs to include in the draft CAP. As part of the meeting, the Task Force will review actions and measures to consider including in the Climate Action Plan update.

Climate Action Plan Update - Meeting 4


December 15, 2021  6:00 - 8:00 pm  

Meeting Focus: Subcommittee recommendations from November 17th meeting (documents below) and introductory presentation related to transportation-related emission reduction measures.  

Climate Action Plan Update - Meeting 3
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 6:00 - 8:00 pm    
 

The City is updating its Climate Action Plan. This meeting will focus on emissions related to the built environment. 

Climate Action Plan Update - Meeting 2

Wednesday, October 20, 2021 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Climate Action Plan Update - Meeting 1

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 6:00 - 8:00 pm      

What Can You Do?

Check out what the City and its residents and businesses can do at  Marin Climate and Energy Partnership.

 Climate Action Plan.  

The City's General Plan also serves as its Climate Action Plan and is used to identify actions that the community and local government can take to reduce emissions 

Climate Action Plans (PDF)