The Ashland community has a long commitment to implementing climate solutions.
The Ashland City Council approves the Climate & Energy Action Plan
The Ashland City Council passes a climate recovery ordinance.
The City creates and hires a full-time, permanent City CEAP
The City approves a resolution to enable Virtual Net
Metering to allow Ashland residents to build community and offsite solar projects
The City of Ashland electrifies nearly all passenger vehicles in the fleet. Approximately 30 percent of sport utility vehicles and 20 percent of Police vehicles utilize high-efficiency hybrid engines.
The City of Ashland Administration Department creates internal policies in 2018 to stop installing ‘natural’ gas equipment whenever available and practicable.
Climate Policy Commission is established
Ashland Climate Collaborative is launched, with two initial Action Teams: Electrify Ashland Now! and Streets for Everyone.