The City of Roseville is committed to protecting its valuable natural resources and is working to build a sustainable future. In recent years, the city has undertaken several large projects with this goal in mind.
Those projects have included installing solar panels and geothermal technology, implementing stormwater practices to filter runoff, reducing salt usage and managing a volunteer-led Natural Resources Renewal program in city parks.
The city is launching several new programs to help protect the environment. These include Xcel Energy’s Partners in Energy (PIE) Program that assists communities in developing and implementing energy plans, and a Voluntary Benchmarking Program for businesses that will launch later this spring.
You can receive the latest updates about Roseville’s sustainability efforts, including the PIE Program, benchmarking for commercial properties, watershed grant opportunities and more.
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