The Environmental Board addresses environmental issues that may include environmental pollution, solar orientation, water quality, air quality, use of pesticides and herbicides, transportation, water conservation, and recycling and solid waste.
The Environmental Board provides analysis and recommendation to the Town Board of Trustees (BOT) regarding environmental issues including coordinated development, the handling of issues within the Town and its environment which will, in accordance with present and future needs, best promote health, safety, order, convenience, prosperity, and the general welfare of the Town and its citizens.
Scott Mills, Member
Joseph Demoor, Member
Patrick Hunter, Member
Colin Quinn, Chairperson
Sandy Marlin, Member
Becky Moller, Member
Garrett Fitzgerald, Member
Jim Kirschivink, Member
Frosty Marriott, Member
Alice Laird, CLEER/GCE Representative
Sarah Gruen, CORE Representative
Heather Henry, Board of Trustee Liaison
Mark O'Meara, Town Staff Liaison
If you have questions about the Agendas or Minutes, or would like to apply to be a member of the Environmental Board, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970.510.1215.
Members of the Town of Carbondale Environmental Board and many citizen volunteers combine efforts to produce the annual Dandelion Day festival.
2017 Carbondale Climate & Energy Action Plan
TOWN OF CARBONDALE HELPS RESIDENTS SAVE MONEY AND ENERGY AT HOME
50% Off Smart Thermostats and Package Deals on Installation
September 28, 2016 (Carbondale, CO) — Hey Colorado, did you know that heating accounts for 54% of your home’s total energy consumption?* The Town of Carbondale wants to help you turn that statistic around with an energy-saving smart device for your home that increases savings, comfort, and convenience. The Town is offering residents 50% off smart thermostats and discounts on installation now through the end of the year.
“Smart thermostats are like iPhones for your home that use sensors to learn your preferences and schedule, and automatically adjust the temperature to the most comfortable and efficient setting,” said Jay Harrington, Manager, Town of Carbondale. “The beauty is that the thermostat does the work for you.”
Through a public-private partnership, Carbondale is making it possible for residents to install a smart thermostat for half-off the retail price. For $125 after rebates (or $195 for a package that includes professional installation and a heating tune-up), participants may choose from Nest Learning Thermostat, Ecobee, or Honeywell Lyric, each valued at $250.
Campaign partners include: Energy Smart Colorado, CORE, CLEER, Garfield Clean Energy, Ajax Mechanical Services and Climate Control Company.
To learn more, and find out if your heating system is compatible, call 970.925.9775 ext. 503 or visit: www.goo.gl/EWo4so.
CORE Waste Free Guide
Love Em and Leave Em Trifold Brochure
2017 Carbondale Climate Energy Action Full Plan w/Appendices
Vulnerability, Consequences, and Adaptation Planning Scenarios (VCAPS) Report, January 2019