FREE COMPOST starting April 22nd until Fall 2024, at the Robert Park Community Center's north parking lot. Compost is donated in partnership by Zero Waste Sonoma!

The City of Rohnert Park's Sustainability Division, found within the Public Works Department, is committed to creating a climate-friendly future throughout the City of Rohnert Park.

The effects of climate change are being felt in the City of Rohnert Park and the greater Sonoma County area in the form of extended droughts, larger and more frequent destructive wildfires, heavy precipitation events and “atmospheric rivers,” and an increasing number of extreme heat days. These weather-related events require the City to prepare adaptation strategies to better protect their communities by moderating risk and maximizing benefits.

Implementing climate adaptation strategies and reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions are the primary ways to mitigate and reduce the impacts of climate change as they unfold, but a simple first step to establish a foundation understanding is
"What is sustainability?"...

The word sustainability in theory is linked to three "E" elements: "Economy", "Environment", and "Equity". In practice, sustainability is relative to you and what you can do! 

To help spread the word and build on your foundational knowledge, please find tools, tips, and resources below for both residents, and businesses!!

We believe that by working together, we can create a safe, thriving and vibrant community. Thank you for visiting our webpage and for your commitment to a mores sustainable future in Rohnert Park, CA.


Dustin De Matteo
Sustainability Manager

600 Enterprise Dr
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
Direct: 707-588-3325
Fax: 707-588-3333
Email: [email protected]

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