The City of Encinitas has been protecting the environment and taking action on climate change for over a decade. From protecting water quality and managing coastal resources to installing renewable energy systems and offering green building incentives, the City is leading by example on climate action. This website serves as a portal to explore the City’s goals and progress on climate action and to learn how you can be part of the solution.
The Final Climate Action Plan Has Been Approved!
On January 17, 2018 at 6:00 PM, the City of Encinitas City Council unanimous approved our Climate Action Plan (CAP)! Learn More
Encinitas Council Goals Align With the CAP
On March 28, 2018, Encinitas’ City Council held a Council Goal Setting session where the top four focus areas for the City were reconfirmed. These goals are consistent with the Encinitas Climate Action Plan! Learn about the goals
Locate your BMPs with myEncinitas App
Encinitas requires development projects to install Best Management Practices to treat stormwater runoff and protect water quality. View the locations of these BMPs on the myEncinitas app. Learn More
Current Swim Guide & Beach Status Reporting
The San Diego County Beach Status Map reflects the current status of beaches from Camp Pendleton to the US/Mexico border. For more information, call (619) 338-2073. Learn More
Tell Us What You Think!
This Climate Action Plan Dashboard is NEW! We would love to hear what you think of it! Share your thoughts on this short survey! TAKE SURVEY NOW
Solar Energy for Multifamily Homes
The Center for Sustainable Energy is helping multifamily homes get solar energy that would benefit both the owners and tenants. Solar offers lower utility bills, reduced electrical grid consumption, fewer carbon emissions and greater social justice. Learn More
The San Diego Association of Environmental Professionals recognized Encinitas’ 2018 Climate Action Plan (CAP) with the distinguished award of Outstanding Planning Document of the Year. The CAP was acknowledged for its exceptional clarity, accessibility, and environmentally sound design elements.Full Article
- Inside Climate News
- San Diego Union Tribune
- The Coast News Group
- The Coast News Group