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Solar & Greywater Workshops – Registration Closed

We have 95 people signed up for our Solar Workshop tomorrow night with just a few seats available. If you’d like to sign up please see below. We look forward to seeing everyone there! TOMORROW NIGHT! Thursday, November 13 at…

0 Comments / 80 View / November 12, 2014

Your Environmental Vision – 2064 Vision Meetings Wrap-up

The “2064 Visioning Program” is wrapping up and has been a tremendous success with hundreds of community members participating in one of the five focus areas. The process was designed to develop a general road map and guiding principles for…

0 Comments / 194 View / October 31, 2014

City Wastewater Plant: 100% Renewable Energy

Did you know the City’s Hill Canyon Wastewater Treatment Plant (HCTP) is now generating 100% of its own electrical energy usage on site? HCTP achieved this 2014 City Council goal through the installation of two renewable energy projects; a large…

2 Comments / 541 View / October 27, 2014

Organics & Foodwaste Diversion Coming Soon

Organics & Foodwaste Diversion Coming Soon

A new state law (AB 1826) will increase the diversion of compostable materials produced at businesses, however, it does not cover food or compostable wastes produced at homes. Compostable or organics make up about 40% of all material going to…

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New Energy Savings and Financing Programs

Thousand Oaks homeowners are encouraged to upgrade their energy and water efficiency and save money through the unique financing opportunities and rebate checks.

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Several Benefits Support Walking or Biking to School

Walking and biking to schools in Thousand Oaks keeps kids and the environment healthy.

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Drought: 12 things to know about lawn replacement programs | 89.3 KPCC

Lawn replacement program surges in popularity in drought-stricken Southern Calfornia

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Getting Rid of Pests Without Toxic Chemicals

Thousand Oaks residents encouraged to use non chemical pest management practices and beneficial bugs to eradicate pests in gardens and yards.

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City Searching for Volunteers to Join Oak & Landmark Tree Committee

City searches for voluteers for Oak and Landmark Tree Committee

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It Happened at City Hall – It Could Happen at Your Home!

Electrical Safety in and around your house can prevent fires in Thousand Oaks

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What is Your Environmental Vision? Ban Plastic Bags or?

Thousand Oaks Residents Able to Share Environmental Visions at Committee meetings

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