Weekly Wrap

February 23, 2024

City Releases 2022 Municipal Greenhouse Gas Inventory

The 2022 Municipal Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory is now available on the City’s Sustainability Dashboard! The new data shows a 38.7% reduction in municipal emissions from the previous inventory in 2018. The reductions in municipal emissions are attributed to a variety of factors, from reduced utility usage to large solar installations to the implementation of new city policies, such as work-from-home schedules. Click here to learn more!

Parks Crews Hard at Work

Earlier this week, we got a few snapshots of our Parks crews completing cleanup projects around town: from litter removal and vegetation management in parks and along roadways to graffiti removal in skate parks, and much more, our teams are always working to improve the City for residents and visitors alike! Please join us in giving them a huge THANK YOU for their efforts, and keep an eye out for them downtown next week as they remove the Plaza holiday lights to prep for the arrival of spring.

GCCC Men's Basketball League


Registration is open for the Recreation Division's Men's Basketball League, and the deadline has been extended to next Friday, Mar. 1! The season will begin on March 11 and include eight games, played at both GCCC and Fort Marcy, plus a single elimination tournament. There are two divisions: recreational and competitive. Click here to download the flyer with more info and pricing or swing by GCCC to pick up a registration packet!

New Two Mile Pond Monitoring Station

The City has contracted with John Shomaker and Associates, Inc. (JSAI) to perform hydrologic monitoring and ecological assessment services for the Two Mile Pond area, and the first of three new hydrologic monitoring stations has now been installed at the confluence of the Santa Fe River and the Two Mile Pond return. 

After obtaining access permission from landowners and compiling existing data related to the area, JSAI will install the remaining monitoring stations. The aim is to better understand how water moves through the system by quantifying the change in volume over time and distance. As data is collected, JSAI will provide quarterly reports that will be available to the public on the City’s website.

Learn More Here

Meet with the Mayor

Feb. 26, 2-5 p.m. | City Hall

Community members are invited to City Hall on Monday for a brief one-on-one meeting with Mayor Webber. Stop by for a 10-minute chat and voice your questions, concerns, and ideas – or just come say hello!

First come, first served. Light refreshments will be available. If you are unable to attend the event this time, click here to sign up for notifications about the next opportunity.

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