Kara Odegard, Sustainability Policy Analyst, 509.625.6702
Monday, May 4, 2020 at 12:28 p.m.
Back in March, the Spokane City Council along with a group of experts and volunteers released a survey to better understand citizens' concerns around local climate change impacts. Over 1,400 responses to the survey were gathered and a summary is now available.
The Sustainability Action Subcommittee, or SAS, intends to use the data from the survey to build content for further interactive community involvement and for developing Spokane’s Sustainability and Climate Action Plan.
If you took the survey, thank you for making your voice heard! When it comes to climate challenges, as City Council President Breean Beggs says, “We can only move forward if we listen to everybody."
See what your neighbors had to say and download the Climate Action Plan Survey Summary.
If you would like to be notified of future opportunities to give input on the SCAP you can sign up for the SAS Newsletter by filling out the update form on our website.