Bend Discourages Tourist Travel and Related Activities
City advisory supports Governor Brown’s “Stay Home, Save Lives” orders to minimize non-essential travel to reduce exposure to and spread of COVID-19, novel coronavirus.
3/27/2020 8:24:03 AM
Core Services, Public Works and construction operations continue
City staff has mostly transitioned to working remotely. We are still providing public safety, clean drinking water, safe sewage treatment, building inspections, street maintenance, access to economic resources and more.
3/26/2020 12:14:45 PM
City of Bend COVID-19 Emergency Provisions
The City of Bend is taking steps to limit exposure to and spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).
3/18/2020 7:27:51 PM
CANCELED: BEDAB Advocacy Meeting
03/30/2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Newport Corridor Improvements Virtual Open House Opens
CANCELED: Bend MPO Technical Advisory Committee
04/01/2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The Community Climate Action Plan (CCAP) is a set of strategies that will guide both the City and the community as we work together to reduce our fossil fuel use.
Read the adopted Community Climate Action Plan or the Executive Summary.
The City Council voted to approve the Bend Community Climate Action Plan on December 4, 2019 in Resolution 3180. The City will appoint a new climate action and environmental advisory board in the first part of 2020 to advise on implementation details of the CCAP.
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STEERING COMMITTEE (CASC)
A plan to reduce fossil fuel use in Bend
The CCAP is a set of strategies and actions that will guide both the City and the community as we work together to achieve fossil fuel reduction goals established by City Council Resolution 3044. The actions will encourage and incentivize businesses and residents, through voluntary efforts, to reduce GHG emissions and fossil fuel use.
Climate Action Goals:
- Reduce community-wide fossil fuel use by 40% by 2030
- Reduce community-wide fossil fuel use by 70% by 2050
Climate Action Vision: Neighbors businesses, and community leaders working together to preserve our natural environment while promoting economic opportunity and resilience for current and future generations.
Achieving our goals together
The City of Bend convened a Climate Action Steering Committee (CASC) to engage the community and guide CCAP development because the City recognizes that we alone cannot achieve community-wide fossil fuel use reduction goals. The City must work with the community to share responsibility for reducing overall fossil fuel use, and community members must be willing to act. The CASC was made up of 13 individuals appointed by City Council who represent Bend's diverse community, including the business community, the environmental community, youth community, other local government and institutions, and at-large members.
The CCAP directed the City to create a new committee that will oversee implementation of the Plan and develop specific policy and program recommendations for the Council to implement the CCAP strategies. More information about that Committee to come.
This webpage will be updated regularly with the progress of the C-CAP. Sign up to receive email updates for project news and events. You must sign up for updates about events and updates about news separately.
To learn more about what the CCAP:
- Read the CCAP Vision and Guiding Principles
- Read the CCAP Sector Objectives
- Read the 2016 greenhouse gas emissions inventory report
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- Updated_Bend Community Climate Action Plan_Low Res
- Bend Community Climate Action Plan_Executive Summary_2019
- CCAP Survey Results Summary
- Energy Supply Proposed Actions
- Building Energy Proposed Actions
- Transportation Proposed Actions
- Waste & Materials Proposed Actions
- CCAP Vision
- CCAP Sector Objectives
- Bend Community GHG Inventory Report
- Bend Community GHG Inventory Presentation
- CASC Charge Letter_Final
- Council Objective Strategies - Energy Efficiency
- Resolution No. 3044
- Resolution No. 3099
- Resolution No. 3099 Amendment