Climate Action & Resilience Draft Plan

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Climate Action & Resilience Draft Plan

Building on decades of Saint Paul's framework for community resilience, the City of Saint Paul has developed a Climate Action & Resilience Draft Plan. The draft plan focuses on achieving carbon neutrality in city operations by 2030, and citywide by 2050 with a suite of targets and actions to decrease emissions across every sector in the city. It also identifies ways to cultivate long-term resilience, enhance the natural infrastructure of the city, and promotes a vision for Saint Paul’s future with diminished threats of climate change. 

View the draft plan here: Climate Action & Resilience Draft Plan


Community Engagement Sessions

The City of Saint Paul will host three engagement sessions for community members to learn about the draft plan, participate in small group discussions, ask questions, and provide feedback. Find the dates, times, and locations below. 

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Provide Feedback on the Climate Action & Resilience Draft Plan 

If you are unable to attend a community engagement session to learn about the draft plan and provide feedback, follow the link below to provide feedback online. 

Online Feedback Form

In addition to City-sponsored events and online engagement, Chief Resilience Officer Russ Stark, will also present the draft plan to district councils, congregations, business groups, and community organizations over the next several months. Feedback collected from in-person meetings and online will inform a final draft of the Climate Action & Resilience Draft Plan, which is expected to be presented to the Saint Paul City Council this fall.