Welcome to the City of Delray Beach Green Task Force. The major goal of the Delray Beach Green Task Force was to create a report outlining recommendations to be delivered to the City Commission. That report is now available online at this website.
The Green Task Force was appointed by the City Commission of Delray Beach in January of 2008 with a 6 month charge to provide recommendations to the City Commission on moving Delray Beach to become a greener city.
Below is further information on the Task Force, including the following video from our Public Citizen Input Workshop. (Thank you to our friends at Fade2Green.com and Clear Shot Media Group for the filming and production of this video.)
1. Ways to improve the environmental Sustainability of City programs, services, and equipment facilities.
2. Strategies for improving environmental sustainability of the community
3. Incentives for residents, businesses, and organizations to practice environmental conservation including recycling
4. Proposed means to enchance water and energy conservation.
5. Ideas for promotion of tree planting and xeriscaping.
6. Best Practices for implementation in Delray Beach, including long-term strategies.
The mission has been defined as:
"To determine an actionable set of recommendations that enables Delray Beach to implement its current environmental commitments in a timely, cost-effective, and citizen-centric manner, as well as explore new opportunities for sustainability."
Task Force Members
Nancy Schneider (chair)
Dan Sloan (vice-chair)
The Green Task Force was appointed in January 2008 and met throughout the 2008 calendar year. The Task Force has now expired. Past meeting dates, agendas, and minutes are available at the city website.
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