Sedona AZ (March 30, 2021) – The city of Sedona continues to work with the community to create Sedona’s first Climate Action Plan and needs residents to provide comment on the draft of the plan online before April 12, 2021.
To participate, visit https://sedona.konveio.com and select “Sedona Climate Action Plan Overview.” There are two options for commenting:
- The comment form for longer, general comments
- Specific comments on the draft, titled Strategies and Actions
This plan reflects the culmination of a year-long process that included technical assessments, consultation with local experts and key stakeholders and engagement and discussion with the broader community.
The Climate Action Plan will provide a roadmap of actions the community can take to reduce emissions of harmful carbon pollution and build resilience to risks like flooding, wildfire and extreme heat. It will reflect city and community priorities, current city initiatives and a vision for the future. The plan’s focus areas include natural resources; buildings and energy; waste and consumption; transportation and land use; and public health, safety and emergency services.
City Council will review the draft Climate Action Plan in May. For more information or questions, contact McKenzie Jones, city of Sedona sustainability coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There have been flash floods and fires since the beginning of time and will continue to be. Just because you put it down on paper it won’t change a thing. I lived in Boulder, Colorado for 35 years and watched the “woke” liberals ruin that once nice town. Sedona is following in the Boulder’s footsteps. I have lived in VOC for the last 15 yrs but I am leaving the end of this month for Oracle, Az.
Someone must have nothing better to do than to draw up a planet saving proposal. Too many trees killed for the paper the plan has taken to construct. Sedona is another small town trying to save the world. If the City of Sedona really wanted to do something important they would take care of the traffic problem. I had to cancel an appointment today, in Sedona, due to terrible traffic. If it were a health emergency I would die before we could get through the traffic to Sedona. Your plan will only bring in more “woke” people from Calif.