St. Anthony Recognized for Environmental Sustainability Efforts
The City of Saint Anthony received an award for once again achieving Step 4 & 5 recognition in the Minnesota GreenStep Cities program at the League of Minnesota Cities annual conference on June 27th, 2019.
“This recognition shows community members and other cities across Minnesota that the City of Saint Anthony is taking great steps in the direction of energy and resource conservation and innovation,” shared Jay Hartman, Public Works Director and GreenStep program lead with Saint Anthony.
St. Anthony is proud to be a GreenStep City Level 5, which is a voluntary program through the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. The Benefits to being a GreenStep City are:
Active community members
Efficient use of resources
Residents can be involved in a variety of ways to help Saint Anthony further its sustainable mission. The GreenStep website contains many initiatives to assist in advancing our GreenStep level, some of which are:
Sustainable Energy: Investigate your options for improving efficiency and cost for heating, cooling, and electricity.