Sustainable Eden Prairie is an ongoing effort focusing on education and implementation of sustainable practices to protect the environment and natural resources our community enjoys.
Building upon the success of the 20-40-15 initiative, the City is leading by example and providing a foundation for residents and businesses to carry out sustainable practices in four areas — energy, landscape, waste and water.
Sustainable Eden Prairie News
City Recognized for Sustainability Efforts
Eden Prairie honored with the Minnesota GreenStep Cities “Step 5” award for third time.
Mayor Ron Case Accepts Minnesota GreenStep Cities Award from Diana McKeown, Great Plains Institute Clean Energy Team director.
“This award is a great honor for Eden Prairie,” said Mayor Ron Case. “And by being part of the program, Eden Prairie and our peers are helping to make Minnesota more resilient for the future while also helping our cities thrive economically."
GreenStep Cities is a free continuous improvement program based on 29 best practices tailored to Minnesota cities, with a focus on cost savings, energy use reduction and civic innovation. As one of 127 participating cities and tribal nations, Eden Prairie is helping to lead the way in sustainability.
More information about Eden Prairie's sustainability efforts is available at edenprairie.org/SustainableEP.
About GreenStep Cities: Minnesota GreenStep Cities is a voluntary challenge, assistance and recognition program to help cities achieve their sustainability and quality-of-life goals. This free continuous improvement program is based on 29 best practices that are tailored to Minnesota cities, with a focus on cost savings and energy use reduction, and encourage civic innovation. Learn more about the GreenStep Cities program at MnGreenStep.org.