The Sustainability Advisory Board identifies opportunities for sustainable practices and resource conservation throughout the City and advises City Council on such matters. The City Council originally created the Recycling Board in 1988 and it later became the Resource Conservation Advisory Board. In 2010 the board changed its name and expanded its scope to include all sustainability practices.
VISION: Moving Louisville towards a more sustainable future.
MISSION: Promoting sustainability through energy efficiency, resource conservation, and localization to better the environment, social well-being, and economic vitality of the City of Louisville.
- Sustainability Action Plan
- Composting Tips
- Energy Use
- Solar Installation Monitoring
- Waste, Refuse, Compost, and Recycling
- Water Use
The Board consists of seven members each of whom is appointed by the City Council to a term of four years.
Regular meetings are held at 6:30 PM on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at City Hall. The agenda for each meeting is posted in the foyer of City Hall, at the Library, at the Police Department/Municipal Court Building, at the Recreation Center, and on this site the Friday prior to each meeting.
- Recent SAB Meeting Agendas and Packets
- Past Year's Meeting Agendas and Packets in the City's Digital Repository
2018 Sustainability Advisory Board Members
City Council Liaison: Jay Keany
How do I contact the Sustainability Advisory Board? If you’re interested in contacting the Board to ask a question or provide public comment regarding an issue, please send an email to the staff liaison or call 303.335.4766. Board members also receive mail at City Hall, 749 Main Street. Please be sure to include Sustainability Advisory Board on the envelope.The staff liaison will include any questions or comments in the public meeting packet. Please note that any information submitted to the Board is available for public review under the Colorado Open Records Act.