Office of Sustainability

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The Office of Sustainability provides leadership through direct action, catalyzes positive action through collaborative engagement and policy development, and creates measurable benefits for the City of San Luis Obispo and our region through the following programs:

  • Natural Resources - Maintains the Greenbelt, conducts land conservation planning, management, and acquisitions, and supports development review.
  • Climate Action - Manages and implements the City's Climate Action Plan with a goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2035; supports climate adaptation and community resilience efforts.
  • Creeks and Watersheds - Manages and implements storm-water management, flood control, and habitat restoration projects; supports regulatory compliance. 
  • Community Partnerships - Manages community partnerships with arts, culture, history, environmental, social, civic, and business groups. 

The Office of Sustainability is committed to the following vision and values:

Vision

The City of San Luis Obispo is a thriving, resilient, and sustainable community.

Values

  • Leadership - We strive to lead by example and implement the same practices that we promote.
  • Collaboration - Our success depends on thoughtful collaboration.
  • Accountability—We assume personal responsibility for our conduct, actions, and commitments.
  • Responsiveness—We provide timely, accurate, and complete information to those we serve.
  • Fact-Based - We use the best available science and data and we share our findings and research.

Staff

Natural Resources Manager
Robert Hill
805-781-7211
rhill@slocity.org

City Biologist
Freddy Otte
805-781-7511
fotte@slocity.org

Sustainability Manager
Chris Read
805-781-7151
cread@slocity.org

City Of San Luis Obispo, Office of Sustainability
990 Palm St.
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401