February 20, 2024

Boulder County dishes out $620K for sustainability efforts

BOULDER COUNTY — The municipal governments in Boulder, Erie, Jamestown, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Lyons, Nederland, and Superior recently received a combined $620,456 from the Boulder County Environmental Sustainability Matching Grants program.

“These grants are designed to address the unique needs of each community, while also encouraging collaboration in advancing environmental sustainability throughout the county,” according to a Boulder County news release.

Efforts funded by the grants include “helping commercial landscapers switch to electric equipment, creating solutions to cool down neighborhoods facing extreme heat, and offering programs and rebates to conserve energy and use clean energy for buildings,” the release said. 

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