City Sustainability

In 2009, the City of Helena Commission adopted a Climate Action Plan to shape the City's sustainability efforts. The Climate Action Plan provided recommendations into four categories:

1. Implementation
2. Energy
3. Water
4. Transportation, Waste, Recycling, and Public-Private Partnership

The Climate Action Plan has inspired a long list of environmentally conscious initiatives throughout the City, including the creation of a Sustainability Coordinator position. Please contact the Sustainability Coordinator with any questions related to the City of Helena's sustainability efforts.

Contact :
Patrick Judge, Sustainability Coordinator
Office: 447-8096
Cell: 459-5838
pjudge@helenamt.gov


Resources

Key Documents

Related City Resolutions

Studies & Reports

Studies & Reports

  • Residential Recycling Study (June 2009)
     
  • Solid Waste Efficiency Study (10/29/14)
     
  • Water Supply Planning Report (2/9/17)
     
  • Water System Master Plan (December 2020)

Other Resources

Zero Interest Renewable Energy Loan Program

Zero Interest Renewable Energy Loan Program

The City of Helena offers a zero-interest Renewable Energy Loan program to help homeowners install energy efficient upgrades. The program provides loans up to $12,000, that can be paid over 10 years, to add renewable energy systems like solar panels.

1) Resolution 20218

2) Application

3) Request for Lender Acknoweldgment