The city is committed to encouraging residents, business owners, schools and local organizations to begin incorporating more sustainable solutions in their daily activities.
Our actions impact the environment. Each thing we do can help or hurt our planet in many ways. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has tools to help you learn and understand the issues and help you reduce your environmental footprint. Learn more at EPA’s website ›
Pledge. Make a personal commitment to sustainable living by pledging to incorporate these tips into your everyday routine. Take the Winter Park Sustainability Pledge today!
Volunteer. Keep Winter Park Beautiful works with neighborhoods and volunteers throughout the community on public green space projects, organizing environmental cleanups, and other projects related to enhancing the ecological, economic and social sustainability throughout the city. More ›
From recycling at your business and providing commuter incentives to tracking your energy and water usage, businesses have a significant impact on community sustainability.
Become a WP Green Business. The Winter Park Green Business Recognition Program recognizes local businesses who have made substantial efforts in implementing environmentally sustainable practices in areas like energy & water conservation, green economy, waste reduction and recycling. This voluntary program is free and provides business with an easy checklist to help determine their recognition level, as well as technical assistance and a new green peer network for our city. Apply now!
All students deserve to attend sustainable schools that enhance their health and prepare them for 21st century careers. The U.S. Green Building Council’s Center for Green Schools works with school decision makers, community volunteers, and thought leaders in the public and private sectors to drive progress at the intersection of sustainability, education, public health and the built environment. Green schools reduce environmental impacts & costs, improve occupants’ health & performance, and increase environmental & sustainable literacy. Find out more at The Center for Green Schools.
Sustainability Education Program for Winter Park Schools. Brought to you by the City of Winter Park’s Electric Utility Department, the City’s Sustainability Program is partnering with Tinker Programs to provide Sustainability Education to 5th grade classrooms in Winter Park. The program is designed to teach students about energy, water and sustainability in our community. Access the Tinker Efficiency Education Programs website to find out information for teachers, as well as the online enrollment form. For free sustainability education resources for parents visit Tinker Energy, Water Education Programs.
KWPB&S Green Schools Grant. Supports schools serving Winter Park in their efforts to achieve sustainability goals and beautify their campus while engaging and educating students Pre-K through grade 12 in the practices of sustainability. Access the 2019 grant application and 2018 recipients list.