Energy consumption in municipal buildings has decreased 31% since 2012.
There are over 4,600 solar photovoltaic (PV) systems installed on both residential and commercial buildings in Encinitas.
In 2021, Encinitas residents used an average of 129 gallons of water per person per day.
In 2021, the City installed 1.27 miles of pedestrian projects.
The pollution created by using a gas-powered leaf blower for 30 minutes is equivalent to driving 500 miles in a 2017 Toyota Camry.
Encinitas residents divert 34% of their total waste from the landfill.
Since 2012, the City has planted 1,039 trees in parks and along City streets.
To successfully implement the Climate Action Plan (CAP),
economic and equity factors must be taken into consideration.
The City recognizes the
importance of protecting our six miles of coastline.
The City is on track to meet its GHG emission targets for 2020 and 2030.
In 2021, the City made substantial progress on implementing multiple CAP measures.