Residents can help shape Mesa's future by learning more about the City's recently adopted Climate Action Plan and its six focus areas during a series of virtual lunchtime meetings. Each session will include a brief overview of the plan and its goals, a short presentation on one of the focus areas and an opportunity to share ideas and identify community needs.
Registration is available for one or all of the virtual sessions that begin each Wednesday at 12 p.m.:
Oct. 13 - Energy
Oct. 20 - Heat Mitigation
Oct. 27 - Air Quality
Nov. 3 - Water Stewardship
Nov. 10 - Materials Management
Nov. 17 - Food Systems
The virtual lunchtime meetings are part of the City's efforts to gather input from Mesa residents, businesses and stakeholders. People can also post a comment, take a survey and learn more about Mesa's Climate Action Plan on the City's Footprint for the Future page - a web portal dedicated to inform the community and drive engagement about the Climate Action Plan and the Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Comprehensive Plan.
The Climate Action Plan, a City Council priority initiative, calls for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and establishing strategies to increase sustainability in all City operations. More information is available at www.mesaaz.gov/climateaction.
Contact: Ana Pereira