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Watch this short video to learn about the last government services and operations climate plan.

Next Climate Plan

As of 2019, we had reduced emissions by over 30% from our 2003 baseline, meeting the goal of our 2010-2020 Climate Action Plan for Government Services and Operations. Now we are at work on a new climate action and resilience plan for government services and operations to be finalized in 2022. The updated plan will help us further reduce our contributions to global warming and enhance our community's resilience to climate impacts such as wildfire smoke and extreme heat.

Preview draft plan actions here.

Ongoing Opportunities to Give Input

Phone or Email

At any time, you can also call 510-208-9751 to leave a message with your thoughts or write us a message in your preferred language.

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You can sign up to receive updates on the development of the plan and on opportunities to give input.

Community Input Reports

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Online Feedback Forum

The online feedback forum was open for input from April 19 to May 17, 2022. You can still visit the forum and review the draft actions and participant comments. A Google translate widget is available to access the forum in the language of your choice.

May Community Workshop

We held a virtual community workshop on May 11, 2022. Participants could request interpretation in Mandarin and Spanish.

Community members joined to learn about the plan's development (see slides in English and Spanish) and reviewed draft actions. They met in facilitated break-out groups to contribute their suggestions. A report summarizing key input from the workshop will be posted soon.

November Community Workshop

We held a virtual community workshop on November 18, 2021. Participants could request interpretation in Mandarin and Spanish.

Dozens of community members joined the interactive workshop to learn about the plan update and share their ideas. Participants heard an overview presentation (slides in English, Spanish, and Chinese), answered poll questions, and met in facilitated break-out groups. This report summarizes key input from the workshop.


The community survey was open September 7 to 30, 2021. Thank you to everyone who participated. This report summarizes the survey results.

Focus Groups and Targeted Outreach

Focus groups, door-to-door surveys, and other targeted outreach helped us hear directly and in depth from community members, particularly those hardest to reach or most affected by climate impacts. A report summarizing key input from focus groups will be posted soon.

Equity Tool

Through the community input, residents shared that existing social and economic inequities are worsened by the impacts of climate change. To review proposed climate projects with the goal of increasing benefits and reducing burdens to frontline communities, project teams applied an equity amplification tool. Other organizations working on climate plans are welcome to modify and apply the tool.