In 2008, the City of Campbell River adopted the Green City Strategy, a commitment to move the City towards environmental sustainability. The City has identified key priority areas pertaining to sustainability planning, waste reduction, energy conservation and renewable energy, and environmental management and stewardship. One of the key components of the Strategy includes a commitment to develop a greenhouse gas emissions reduction plan for the community and achieve carbon neutrality in municipal operations. The City of Campbell River is a signatory to the BC Climate Action Charter, which requires that the City reduce and where necessary, offset the greenhouse gas emissions from City facilities, fleet and traditional services to zero emissions by 2012.

Alternative Transportation

These modes of transportation help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles and bring many health benefits.more...

Climate Action

The City of Campbell River is one of 179 BC local governments that have committed to the BC Climate Action Charter. The Charter requires local governments to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, report on community climate initiatives, and become carbon neutral in municipal operations by 2012. more...

Environmental Protection

Through public consultation, the City has identified goals to ensure that Campbell River protects and conserves aspects of the natural environment for future generations.  more...

Food & Agriculture

Food and agriculture have emerged as significant focus areas for sustainable community development.  more...

Get Involved

Are you interested in reducing your carbon footprint while saving money on energy and fuel costs? See the following information and links for ways you can help the environment and your pocketbook at the same time. more...

Green Building

This section offers tips and tricks on how to make buildings more energy efficient. more...

Initiatives

A timeline of the City's completed and ongoing Sustainability related initiatives.  more...

Rebates

Many homeowners are making efficiency a priority when undertaking home renovation projects.  Improved efficiency can make a renovation more affordable in the long term – and reduce your household environmental impact. more...

Renewable Energy

The City of Campbell River is a signatory to the BC Climate Action Charter and has a Community Energy and Emissions Plan that targets energy conservation and renewable energy generation.  more...

Reports & Studies

This section of the City’s websites includes plans, reports and studies pertaining to the City’s sustainability initiatives. more...

Stewardship Awards

Please note, this page will bring you out of Green City and can now be found under Your City Hall > City Honours. more...

Waste Reduction

The average household in Campbell River produces 40 kilograms (88 pounds) of garbage each month.  By finding ways to lower this number we can reduce our environmental impact and stretch the life of our over-burdened landfill. more...

Water Quality & Conservation

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Wildlife

Information on local wildlife protection, At Risk Species and the best management practices that are encouraged for any development project to help protect wildlife and wildlife habitat.  more...

What's New
Jan 09, 2017 2016 Year-in-Review
Dec 20, 2016 Tourism update!
Nov 16, 2016 Fire Chief for a Day
Oct 11, 2016 Afternoon garage fire
Sep 20, 2013 Walk-ability Survey
Sep 20, 2013 Tidemark grant in aid
Sep 21, 2013 ECAP
Sep 21, 2013 George Paul Passing
Sep 21, 2013 MyCity info update
Sep 21, 2013 Seed saving
Oct 08, 2013 Fire Prevention Week
Feb 24, 2014 Roads Update
Sep 24, 2014 Fall Fire Safety
Dec 18, 2014 Fawn Rd. house fire
Feb 06, 2015 Fire crews kept busy
Feb 26, 2015 Mobile home fire
Jun 26, 2015 New art summer camps
Dec 04, 2015 Storm Warning!
Jan 04, 2016 Jan. 1 City Currents
Jan 07, 2016 New Robron Field open!