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The City of Pitt Meadows is committed to helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  We are uniquely connected to nature and leading the way at the local government level to reduce the negative impacts of energy usage while mitigating and adapting to the impacts of climate change.  

Going Green Initiatives

Learn more about reducing, reusing, and recycling! Reduce your carbon footprint and make your daily activities more environmentally friendly.

Sustainability Resources

Check out the latest efforts underway to expand action under the Climate Action Charter. Download tool kits and find information on our rain barrel and water bag programs.

Invasive Species

Invasive species is any plant or animal species that is introduced into an environment where the species is not native. See what's spreading and what you can do to help.

Climate Action

Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP) is a conditional grant program that provides funding to local governments in their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and move forward with achieving their climate action goals.

Environmental Inventory & Management Strategy

This project will produce an assessment of the ecological and community value of our current environmental features and assets, with recommendations for their future management. With this information, the City can invest resources where they will have the greatest overall benefit and reduce costs by working in greater harmony with natural systems.

Zero Waste Campaign

Some of the waste we manage doesn’t have to be there. Check out these resources to encourage a change in our approach to generating waste.

Environmental Protection & Permits

Learn more about the eco-sensitive areas within our community, vegetation, soil & fill permits and more!

Tree Protection

Are you considering removing a tree from your property? Is it a City tree? Private property? Let's get started.

Riparian Areas

What is a 'Riparian Area'? How does it affect development? Let us answer these questions before you start your next project.

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