Sustainability is a framework used to think about and address systems holistically, rather than as component pieces or departments. For the City of Oshkosh, sustainability is implemented through the City’s Strategic Plan and guided by the City of Oshkosh Sustainability Plan.
Energy production from renewable resources
Local food production, sales and consumption
The city's natural resources
A safe and healthy atmoshere
Responsibly managed waste facilities
A safe, healthy, engaged, and diverse community
Safe, efficient and environmentally sound transportation
A local economy that attracts new businesses and encourages existing businesses to balance profit, people, and planet
Development patterns and buildings that support these goals
Cost-effective, socially responsible and environmentally sound governmental practices to meet community needs.
By integrating government action with data on municipal energy and water use, community health and wellness, access and diversification of transportation options, integrity and restoration of natural habitats, we strive to create and maintain an equitable and desirable community.
215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, WI, USA