The City of Boulder is committed to engaging with the community on critical issues related to energy and climate.

Community members are invited to attend an upcoming Climate Initiatives office hours centered around energy, and to learn about the city’s ongoing climate work and its impacts in this space. Energy systems are a key pillar of the city’s climate work, and include a variety of programs, projects and requirements that build toward a more climate resilient future.

In this session, attendees will have an opportunity to chat with city staff about topics like energy costs, electrification and emissions reduction. This informal setting encourages open dialogue, allowing community members to bring their questions, topics and ideas directly to city staff.

“We are excited to come together and engage in meaningful conversations about our climate future,” said Director of Climate Initiatives Jonathan Koehn. “Office hours are one way to actively involve the community in our work, and to ensure all voices are heard. By participating in these discussions, community members contribute to our ongoing efforts to address climate change and create a more sustainable future.”

Office Hour Details

  • Date: Friday, June 7

  • Time: 3 to 5 p.m.
  • Location: In person in room N101, 1777 Broadway; registration requested.

More information and registration details are available on the city’s website.

The city is working to build an efficient, resilient and fossil fuel-free energy system that provides equitable access to affordable energy to all community members. Learn about the city’s energy systems work.