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Environmental Programs

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Learn how to ‘go green’ and find information about the City’s commitment to becoming a sustainable community. Help the City promote a healthy environment, including green building, energy efficiency, waste reduction, sustainable transportation, water conservation, a reduced carbon footprint, and related matters.
Incentives & Rebates
The built environment has a profound impact on our natural environment, the economy, health and well-being, and productivity. Sustainable practices are increasingly expected thanks to heightened consumer awareness and availability of sustainable materials. In addition to saving money by using less, there are several governmental and utility funding incentives. Check out the available incentives and rebates >>> 

Hermosa Beach joins the California Green Business Network 

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In March 2018, the City of Hermosa Beach submitted an application and was awarded $30,000 in new funding to develop and implement a green business program in the City to support the green business practices of local businesses. If you're a local business interested in green business practices or receiving recognition by becoming a certified green business, go to to register or contact our program coordinator: Lisa Ryder at For an overview of the green business program, review our program introduction

As of April 2020, we have 25 businesses that have become Hermosa Beach Certified Green Businesses! Check out the California Green Business Directory. >>>

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Community Center Solar   Energy Efficiency Water Conservation  Solid Waste 
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Transportation Options 

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Community Garden 
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