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Town launches Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan in Bolton

The Town of Caledon, in partnership with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and the Region of Peel, is developing a Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan (SNAP) for a community in West Bolton.

Visit the SNAP website

Action Plan

The Town of Caledon prides itself on maintaining a balance of community, environmental and development initiatives in the setting of an extensive urban and rural environment.

The Town has taken a progressive approach to "green" leadership, working to preserve Caledon's natural beauty through sustainable lifestyles and development.

The Town is actively working to live up to its title as "The Greenest Town in Ontario," an award granted by TVO in recognition of its environmental leadership.

In 2005, Council adopted the Town's first formal environmental strategy with the Environment Progress Action Plan - a plan of initiatives for the Town to enhance its commitment to preserving Caledon's environment. 

The action plan has led to a series of three reports, in 2007, 2009 and 2011.

The plan highlights seven priority areas:

  • Air Quality
  • Climate Change
  • Energy
  • A Green Economy
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Sustainable Planning and
  • Community Capacity

The third report, the 2011 Environmental Action Report highlights significant progress in the target areas and outlines next steps towards continued sustainability.

Town of Caledon Environmental Progress Action Plan (pdf)

Town of Caledon Corporate Energy Management Plan (pdf)

Energy Management Plan

Under the Green Energy Act 2009, Ontario Regulation 397/11, public agencies are required to report annually on their energy use and greenhouse gas emissions.

View the 2012 Energy and Emissions Report (pdf).

Additionally, the Town is required to publish their energy and conservation demand management (CDM) plan.

View Report PW-2014-041 Update on the Corporate Energy Management Plan and Ontario Regulation 397/11 requirements (July 8, 2014)