May 2019 Sustainability News
Inside this issue: Ant & Spider Control; Guidelines for Transporting Hazardous Waste; Sad Reminder About Rodenticides; FREE Home Energy Audits; Arbor Earth Day Recap
The Ants Come Marching In!
As the weather warms up, you may notice the ants come marching in. Proven home remedies are an effective, low-cost, and environmentally sensitive approach to managing these pests.

A University of Stanford study found it’s futile to...

Free Home Energy Audits Have a Lot to Offer
Energy bills are a part of homeownership and there aren’t too many homeowners who would turn away an opportunity to lower their...

Arbor Earth Day 2019 a Success!
Approximately one thousand attendees enjoyed themselves at the 2019 Arbor/Earth Day and attended workshops, checked out the booths, and played games. There were a number of fun activities, and multiple people won...

Safe and Clean: Guidelines for Transporting Hazardous Waste
If you live in Thousand Oaks or an unincorporated area of Ventura County, chances are you’ve heard that you may bring your household hazardous waste (HHW) to the City’s collection facility. But - did you know that...

Sad Reminder About Rodenticide Use
We are saddened to hear about the recent passing of one of our local mountain lions. You may have seen articles in...

Upcoming Events & Workshops
Click the link below to view a list of upcoming FREE eco-events, workshops, weekly hazardous waste disposal events, trash schedule  and more!

Get Informed About Emergency Preparedness!
Click the link below to find out how to prepare in case of emergency and to be notified in case of emergencies and alerts in the city and county.

City of Thousand Oaks Public Works Dept. | Sustainability Division | 805-449-SAVE | gogreen@toaks.org | www.toaks.org/gogreen