Environmental and Public Health


  1. Protect and enhance environmental health and public health by minimizing and where possible eliminating:
    1. The us of hazardous or toxic materials by residents, businesses and city operations;
    2. The levels of pollutants entering the air, soil and water; and
    3. The risks that environmental problems pose to human and ecological health.
  2. Ensure that no one geographic or socioeconomic group in the city is being unfairly impacted by environmental pollution.
  3. Increase consumption of fresh, locally produced, organic produce to promote public health and to minimize resource consumption and negative environmental impacts.