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Color Irondequoit Green

Advancing Climate Solutions at the Local Level

Upcoming Events and Ways to Connect


Color Irondequoit Green (CIG) Monthly Meeting


Come meet the group in person!


    • Monday, May 13 th 7:00 pm
    • Irondequoit Public Library, 1290 Titus Ave, rm 214
    • Come meet our members and learn about our initiatives


Consolidated Calendar of Events


Use this calendar to see many events offered by the Accelerator, other local Color Your Community Green groups, Pachamama, Reconnect Rochester, ROC Vegan Society, and others.

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Pick up the Parks


Join Color Irondequoit Green and Walk Bike Irondequoit for Monroe County’s 14th annual PUTP!


Saturday, April 20th

Durand Eastman Park

Sunset Shelter, Horseshoe Rd

9 AM – 12 PM


Come early to meet as a group at the Sunset Shelter on Horseshoe Rd near the golf course.

Dress for the weather and bring work gloves if you have them. See you there!



Ask the Water Quality Experts: Presentation with Q & A


Tuesday, April 30th

Irondequoit Public Library, rm 115

6:30 PM


The experts

  • Ken Naugle, Production Engineer, from the Monroe County Water Authority
  • Jon Maier and Brittany Vanno, Water Quality Chemists from the Rochester Water Bureau

Have created a presentation focused on our group’s interests of lake health, PFAS, and lead. Their presentation will be followed by an opportunity for questions. Thank you experts!


Why We Bike


Saturday, April 27

Irondequoit Public Library, rm 113

1 PM – 3 PM

Free screening | All ages welcome

Why do we bike? Whether to save money, reduce your carbon footprint, or live a longer and healthier life, using a bike can enrich your life and bring you joy. For any town, biking can be a vehicle to build community, fight climate change, support the local economy and attract a new generation of young people.

Join us for a film screening and panel discussion about the rewards for us personally, and as a society when more people ride bikes. The event will feature two short films followed by a live discussion with Reconnect Rochester and Walk Bike Irondequoit.

Join Us


As a recently founded group, Color Irondequoit Green has so much potential for new environmental initiatives. Join an existing initiative, or bring your passion for an environmental issue, find similarly passionate people to form a team, and start an initiative!



Find our socials


Keep up with the latest information and connect with other members of the group.

CIG Facebook Group

CIG Instagram



Color Your Community Green

We are organized under the umbrella of Color Your Community Green, an initiative of the Climate Solutions Accelerator program.

Our group has many resources and tools to help you take tangible actions towards a more sustainable community.