Energy use in Clark County comes in many forms, from cooling buildings and powering traffic signals, to lighting offices and using appliances. Having clean and reliable energy means that we need to reduce how much we use while also transitioning to cleaner power sources.Learn More
There are so many ways that you can support the County's efforts to reduce energy consumption and increase reliance on renewable energy. Here are some key steps to take.
A resilient Clark County supports residents, businesses, and visitors to be healthy, successful, and adaptable to changing climate conditions. Ensuring that we are resilient means both understanding what climate change will mean for our daily lives, as well as preparing and adjusting so that we can be a stronger community, into the future.Learn More
We can work to become more resilient by engaging all members of our community in efforts around climate change education, emergency preparedness, and collective care. Check out the links below for some ideas!
Clark County is working to recycle more while educating our growing population on smart consumption practices to reduce the generation of waste.Learn More
There are lots of ways to reduce the waste that you produce and dispose of what you do throw out responsibly. Learn more!
How people and goods move around Clark County is important! When we commute to work, go to meetings, and conduct inspections, especially if we go by car, our actions impact the environment. Clark County is making moves toward cleaner and more efficient transportation options.Learn More
Chances are you drive a vehicle to get around Clark County. Going electric can help you reduce your carbon footprint and save money. Learn more below!
Water supply, use, and management, including stormwater management, are essential to supporting life in the valley.Learn More