Adopt A Neighbor Program Expansion for Neighbors Needing Assistance During Self-Quarantine
We are in a unique and uncertain time, but we are in it together. The coronavirus situation puts some of our friends, families and neighbors at greater risk. The City is seeking healthy volunteers to assist with services to our vulnerable populations. We are launching an expansion of the Adopt-A-Neighbor program to pair volunteers with neighbors in need during the current pandemic.
The Environmental Services Department, part of the Sustainability Services Area, supports our community’s values and adopted policy goals by offering programs and services that improve indoor and outdoor air quality, implement climate action planning and reporting, increase recycling and waste diversion, coordinate municipal sustainability activities, undertake environmental data management, and participate in strategic municipal and community efforts.
Commitment to climate action, planning and reporting.
Waste Reduction & Recycling
Strategies to increase recycling and waste diversion.
Programs and services that improve indoor and outdoor air quality.
Municipal Sustainability - Leading By Example
The City of Fort Collins is committed to providing world-class municipal services, both today and as we grow and change in the future. In order to do so, our organization must be sustainable and resilient. Since the City’s first Municipal Sustainability Plan in 2013, we have learned more about what sustainability and resilience means within the City organization and its operations.
Sustainability is woven into the City’s strategy and stewardship is one of our values. The Municipal Sustainability and Adaptation Plan (MSAP) is our roadmap for a sustainable organization. Being sustainable and resilient means that we can continue to provide world-class services and demonstrate excellence and innovation in our daily work.