The City of Roseville has become a Step 4 city in the Minnesota GreenStep program. Roseville is one of 140 cities and tribal nations participating in the 10-year-old challenge, assistance, and recognition program.
“This award shows community members and other cities across Minnesota that the City of Roseville is taking great steps in the direction of energy and resource conservation and innovation,” said Ryan Johnson, Environmental Specialist and GreenStep program lead with Roseville.
The City of Roseville has worked hard to implement best practices to meet its own sustainability goals with support from the GreenStep program and its peers. Actions taken within the program focus on cost savings, energy use reduction, resource conservation, climate change, and civic innovation. Learn more about Roseville’s efforts at greenstep.pca.state.mn.us/city-detail/12406.
“This award is a great achievement for Roseville,” Johnson continued. “By being part of the program, Roseville and our peers are helping to make Minnesota more resilient for the future while also helping our cities thrive economically.”
Minnesota GreenStep is a voluntary challenge, assistance, and recognition program to help cities and tribal nations achieve their sustainability and quality-of-life goals. Celebrating its tenth year serving Minnesota communities, this free continuous improvement program is based upon 29 best practices that are tailored to Minnesota cities and tribal nations. Learn more at www.MnGreenStep.org.