Plans and Reports
Sustainability Program Year in Review
For a quick snapshot of what the Sustainability Program does, how we’re funded, and programmatic accomplishments please view our 2016 Year in Review. In 2014, our reporting switched from a fiscal year to a calendar year, which resulted in a gap.
- View the 2015 Year in Review
- View the 2013 Year in Review
- View the 2012 Year in Review
- View the 2011 Year in Review
- View the 2010 Year In Review
- View the 2009 Year in Review
- View the 2008 Year in Review
Municipal Sustainability Plan
In July, 2011, the City of Flagstaff launched the Municipal Sustainability Plan which identified goals, objectives, and actions to progress the City towards increased efficiency and resiliency. One year later, the City announces the new, revised Municipal Sustainability Plan for 2013-2014. This updated path introduces the theme to “Be Resourceful,” which calls for careful assessment, evaluation of resources, and finding creative solutions to achieve a commitment towards efficiency and continuous improvement. The new Plan expands on previous goals in the 2011 Plan to increase effectiveness, reduce consumption, and enhance employee satisfaction in the municipal organization.
The product of cross organizational collaboration, this plan provides the guidance and support for City leadership, managers, and employees to operate more sustainably and to ensure that the City of Flagstaff’s best days are ahead of us.
Flagstaff Airport Sustainability Master Plan
The Flagstaff Airport Sustainability Plan is complete! With input from our stakeholders and the Flagstaff community, the airport developed a plan to build upon the City of Flagstaff’s commitment to sustainability. The Plan’s all-inclusive approach ensures that the airport’s economic viability, operational efficiency, conservation of natural resources, and social responsibility are prioritized. The Plan sets ambitious goals for the airport’s future, which will encourage more economically, environmentally, and socially responsible operations and planning. A more sustainable and resilient Airport provides lasting benefits to the Flagstaff community and region.
- The 2010 Employee Commuter Report details how City of Flagstaff employees commute to work and reflects attitudes towards various transportation options. The survey results will assist us with program and policy development in the areas of alternative transportation, and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
- View the final report on the Flagstaff Residential Energy Retrofit Program.