Local Environmental Action Division
The Local Environmental Action Division (LEAD) provides leadership to achieve Boulder’s goals of sustainability and environmental quality.
Our mission is to engage and assist the community to reduce waste and energy use through education, services and economic assistance. We develop city policy, offer educational programs, and partner with citizens, businesses and other organizations to protect Boulder's environment.
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Boulder today filed an application with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) asking for approval to transfer the electric system
July 2, 2015 - Boulder Mayor Matthew Appelbaum to Participate in Global Climate Conference in Vatican City
Boulder Mayor Matthew Appelbaum will be one of a handful of mayors from throughout the world to travel to Vatican City later this month.
Surveys are open until Feb. 13. City Council is scheduled to discuss a draft strategic plan and accompanying ordinance options on Feb. 17.
The city’s zero waste goal is to direct at least 85 percent of the waste stream to reuse, recycling and composting facilities.
Free community events and services offered throughout the day on May 10. Fun for the whole family!