Office of Sustainability
Community Sustainability

Overview

At a time of historic population growth—and climate change, the most significant threat to our community and the world —the community has chosen to rise to the challenge of enhancing San Antonians’ quality of life for generations to come.San Antonio’s history of successful sustainable initiatives provides a solid platform from which to springboard forward-thinking advancements that will continually improve the quality of life, security, and economic vitality of our community.

Community Programs

A comprehensive list of conservation and community programs available to residents and businesses.

Learn how you can get involved through Community Programs

Conservation

San Antonio has a proud history of conservation, ensuring our resources are available and cost-effective for our residents. Check out a multitude of organizations and city departments in San Antonio that promote biodiversity and healthy ecosystems through programs, initiatives and events.

Learn more about Conservation in San Antonio

Green Events

On April 8th 2010, San Antonio became one of the only cities in the nation to incorporate green practices into parades and events when City Council passed the Green Events Certification ordinance.

Learn more about the Green Events Ordinance

Sustainability Awards

The Office of Sustainability hosts the annual Sustainability Awards honoring local programs, projects and building structures in the areas of energy, food systems, green building, transportation, natural resources, public health, and solid waste resources.

Learn more about the latest winners

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Featured News

Energy Efficiency Fund (EEF)

SA Tomorrow Sustainability DashboardSee how the EEF saves the City over $1.5M.View the SA Tomorrow Sustainability Dashboard

Clean Air For Kids!

Sustainable Transportation Learn more about the Clean Air for Kids! Program.More about Sustainable Transportation

Educate & Empower

Children with wind turbines Helpful resources for local educators.More about Clean Air for Kids! Program