"Sustainability is part of our city's marrow. It's at the core of our efforts to make Boise the most livable city in the country."
-Mayor David Bieter
The City of Boise is committed to sustainability. Through policies and projects, the city works to ensure the sustainability of our community, economy and environment.
Increase citizen engagement to inform sustainable policies and projects within the city and the community at large
Designing and building the community following the latest sustainable practices.
Promote transportation alternatives, such as bike share, a downtown circulator and multimodal center.
Create economic opportunity through green turnkey development and energy innovation.
Support safe, healthy, and caring communities for all Boise citizens.
Leading by example through city conservation, energy efficiency and resource recovery programs.
Boise's Energy Future
Boise’s Energy Future is focused on setting measurable and achievable renewable energy and efficiency goals for the entire city.
Keep Boise Moving
Keep Boise Moving aims to create an integrated land use and transportation strategy over the next several years.
Green Building Code
The Green Building Code provides a roadmap for builders and developers interested in incorporating sustainable, energy efficient components into their buildings.
Boise's Water Future
The city, along with residents and business leaders, are planning for Boise’s water future by developing an innovative long-range plan.
The City of Boise is proud to be recognized as a solar friendly community with a simplified process for businesses and homes to go solar.
The Dixie Drain Phosphorus Removal Facility is a precedent-setting and innovative project that will greatly enhance water quality of the Boise and Snake Rivers.
Current geothermal customers can log into the geothermal system to access their account information, get updates on service and pay their bill online.
Twenty Mile South Farm
The City of Boise owns and operates a 4225-acre farm on South Cloverdale Road. The Twenty-Mile South Farm receives biosolids from the city's two main water renewal facilities.
Send a Message to Sustainability
Thank you for your interest in our Sustainability program. Please use the form below to contact our team.