The City of Santa Clarita will accept a Sustainability Award from California State Senator Fran Pavley on Wednesday, August 5, at 10 a.m. under the solar bus canopies at the Transit Maintenance Facility.
Each month, Senator Fran Pavley recognizes a business, person or organization in California’s 27th State Senate district dedicated to the preservation of the environment.
This month, the City of Santa Clarita will be recognized for its extensive green efforts, including sustainable building practices used in the development of facilities such as the Transit Maintenance Facility and the Old Town Newhall Library, environmental events such as Earth Arbor Day and River Rally, drought-friendly landscaping practices and other water-saving efforts.
Following the award ceremony, Transit Manager Adrian Aguilar will escort the Senator on a brief tour of the Transit Maintenance Facility and discuss its sustainable features.
For more information on Santa Clarita’s conservation and sustainability efforts, visit GreenSantaClarita.com.