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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

 

Hello there!

 

    • Monday, March 11th 7:00 pm, room TBA
    • Irondequoit Public Library, 1290 Titus Ave
    • 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.

Navigational tips!

  • Use the left hand side bar to for color coded events.
  • Use the magnifying glass search icon in the upper right corner to search for specific information: for example, heat pumps.

 

Xmas Tree Recycling

Options

 

1.Bring trees to the ecopark, 10 Avion Dr, during open hours. More information.

  • Drop off in the back of the lot, near the compost give back area.

2.Browse other community options on Rochester First.

 

 

 

Monroe County’s Active Transportation Plan (CATP) – Final Draft

 

The final draft was released in August 2023. You can view the final draft or the executive summary on Monroe County’s CATP website.

 

  • You can still add input and review the interactive map. Drag and drop the icons at the top to add specific comments at a specific spot on the map.

Project documents (final draft plan, meeting summaries, press releases…) are still available on the original site.

 

Home Energy Efficiency Workshop

 

Watch the workshop or review the presentation slides via the links found on the Irondequoit Public Library site.

 

  • Take advantage of state and federal programs to lower home energy costs
  • Maximize upcoming Inflation Reduction Act savings for your home and car
  • Reduce costs for residential solar, heat pumps, green appliances, and more
  • Originally presented in Nov 2023.

 

Check out Monroe County’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) – Phase II

 

Phase II of the CAP Monroe County is now undertaking a community-wide green house gas inventory to better understand all County emissions. This will provide a large scope of emissions sources and the potential actions for climate change mitigation and adaptation.

To get involved:

  • Attend a CAP advisory committee meeting, first Monday of the month at 3:30. See the current agenda for zoom or in person information.
  • Comment or check out resident ideas on the ideas wall.
  • Submit a comment or question.

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 us on Facebook

 

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

CIG Facebook Group

 

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.