Become the Next Green City
Interested in becoming a new Green City?
The Green City Partnerships are expanding to help all of the urban areas in the Puget Sound region effectively steward their natural open spaces. We conduct a capacity assessment of the current condition of the city's natural areas, agencies, and community to put together a comprehensive 20-year plan for restoring and maintaining its natural open space. The implementation of the plan engages an educated and involved community to sustain a healthy urban environment for generations to come.
The Green Cities Blog: Read our blog for news from our programs, stories on urban natural areas at home and around the world, facts about native plants, and more.
Who are we?
The Green Cities program brings together the experienced staff that have made this model successful in Seattle, Tacoma, Kirkland, Redmond, Kent, and Everett.
What do we do?
Our menu of services outlines what this program can do for new cities joining the Green City Network.
What does a 20-year plan look like?
Read the Forest Management Plan published in May 2009 for the Green Redmond Partnership.
What else are cities doing?
The Cascade Agenda Cities Program believes that complete, compact, and connected urban centers are essential both for quality of life in our cities, and for protecting the spectacular rural landscapes of our region.
For more information on the Green City Partnerships, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 206 905 6923.