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Western City Magazine
  • Finance
  • Guide
  • Report

Western City magazine is a monthly publication provided by the League of California Cities to elected city officials and city department heads as a complimentary service. The magazine is also mailed to California state legislators, key policy-makers and opinion leaders. Paid subscriptions are available to individuals or organizations interested in local government.

Western Area Power Administration
  • Tool

Western Area Power Administration markets and delivers reliable, renewable, cost-based hydroelectric power and related services within a 15-state region of the central and western U.S. We're one of four power marketing administrations within the U.S. Department of Energy whose role is to market and transmit electricity from multi-use water projects. Our transmission system carries electricity from 57 power plants operated by the Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the...

West Hollywood Green Building Program
  • Guide
  • Tool

West Hollywood requires all new and remodeled development to meet minimum green building standards. Commercial and multi-family residential earn points and are offered non-monetary incentives to encourage greater use of green measures.

West El Monte Master Development Plan (2011)
  • Plan

The City of Dinuba received a State of California Community Development Block Grant Program General Allocati on Planning grant and a Technical Assistance grant (09-PTAE-6307) to prepare a conceptual development plan through a community-based outreach process. The City hired RRM Design Group to facilitate the community outreach and urban design components and Wahlstrom & Associates to develop an economic assessment of the plan area.

Well Network
  • Report

Well Network is a women-led, nonpartisan, nonprofit membership organization concerned about the health of the environment and its connection to the health of our children and families.

Watsonville Growing Opportunities
  • Finance
  • Tool
  • Training

This website is a one-stop information center for the economic development department of the City of Watsonville. The City, working closely with the County and local employment training providers, has developed several job training programs to meet local labor market needs. Not every company has the resources or the time to train employees adequately for their jobs. Yet without training, employees cannot perform at their best. Workforce Santa Cruz County offers a variety of employment and...

WaterSMART Water and Energy Efficiency Grant
  • Finance

The Bureau of Reclamation is offering to share costs for projects that increase water conservation or result in other improvements that address water supply sustainability in the West. This year, aspects of the grant criteria have been updated to consider delivery improvements that may lead to future on-farm water conservation projects. Proposals must seek to conserve and use water more efficiently, increase the use of renewable energy and improve energy efficiency, benefit endangered and...

Watershed Academy
  • Training

The Watershed Academy provides training and information on implementing watershed approaches to addressing today's water resource challenges. The Watershed Academy is a focal point in EPA's Office of Water for providing training and information on implementing watershed approaches. The Academy's self-paced training modules, webcast seminars and live training courses provide current information from national experts across a broad range of watershed topics.

Watergy
  • Tool

It takes a lot of energy to pump and treat water for urban residents and industry – between 2 to 3 percent of the world’s energy consumption, to be exact. As a result, clean water is often inaccessible in energy-poor countries. Our Watergy program has helped improve water sanitation and delivery services in more than 100 cities worldwide. Watergy efficiency measures reap many rewards, such as immediate improvements in water service, increased water delivery, reduced water and energy...

Water: Use it Wisely Conservation Campaign
  • Tool
  • Training

This website provides consumer 100+ ways to conserve water, either at home, in the office, or in the garden. Now in its 10th year, the Water – Use It Wisely conservation campaign makes smart water-use fun, easy and practical for everyone. This campaign is all about giving voice to water – your voice. No matter where you need to get the water word out – business, home, classroom, or municipality – we've developed a variety of ways to use WUIW as a tool to help spread your own unique water...

Water Watch: Coalition for a Sustainable Delta
  • Report
  • Training

The Coalition for a Sustainable Delta is a not-for-profit organization comprised of water users who depend on the Delta for conveyance of a large portion of their water supplies and individuals who utilize the Delta for aesthetic and recreational enjoyment. Coalition efforts are dedicated to creating a healthy Delta ecosystem by working towards a comprehensive solution to the many factors or “stressors” affecting the estuary. Coalition members recognize that the health of the estuary and its...

Water Saving Hero Campaign
  • Finance
  • Tool
  • Training

The Water Saving Hero campaign highlights simple and effective steps Bay Area residents can take to conserve water now and for the future. This site can help you learn more about water conservation programs and cash rebates provided by your local utility. With these resources you can become a Water Hero, saving water and money throughout your home and business.

Water Quality Standards Academy
  • Training

To support water quality standards development, we offer the Water Quality Standards Academy (WQSA), which presents classroom-based and online courses, along with occasional satellite broadcasts. The Water Quality Standards Academy is best known for its Classroom Academy which is the introductory course designed for those with six months to one year experience with water quality standards and criteria programs. However, others may benefit from the course, including veterans of the water...

Water Efficient Technologies (WET)
  • Finance

The Water Efficient Technologies (WET) program offers rebates of up to $50,000 per water efficiency project to businesses that discharge to the San Jose/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant. The Plant's service area includes San José, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Campbell, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, and Saratoga. WET is sponsored by the Plant and the Santa Clara Valley Water District. Sample projects include: rinse water reuse systems, air cooled chillers, closed-loop cooling systems...

Water Drop Patch Project
  • Tool
  • Training

This project was jointly developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital (GSCNC). The Water Drop Patch Project inspires Girl Scouts to learn about water quality and to take action in their communities to protect and restore local water resources, including their local rivers, lakes, streams, wetlands and ground water.

Water Conservation Coalition of Santa Cruz County
  • Finance
  • Training

WaterSavingTips.org is a water conservation education site hosted by the Water Conservation Coalition of Santa Cruz County Water Agencies. Each member agency in Santa Cruz County has a common goal to promote water conservation in their area. Thus as a group we pool our efforts to make a bigger splash. This website provides general water conservation tips for households, announces water conservation events open to the public and provides information about rebates and other water conservation...

Walnut Creek Green Library
  • Case Study

The City of Walnut Creek's new downtown library is LEED Silver Certified. The library includes a bookstore, a coffee bar, and ninety-four computers for public use. Not incurring any additional cost to gain LEED Silver certification, the library's green features include showers and lockers for staff, Energy-Star-rated roof, interior shading, energy efficient lighting, heating and cooling, and storm water management.

Walkability Checklist
  • Tool

Everyone benefits from walking. These benefits include: improved fitness, cleaner air, reduced risks of certain health problems, and a greater sense of community. But walking needs to be safe and easy. Take a walk and use this checklist to decide if your neighborhood is a friendly place to walk.

Walk San Francisco: SF's Pedestrian Advocacy Organization
  • Tool
  • Training

Walk San Francisco is San Francisco’s pedestrian advocacy organization. Walk SF and its members are making San Francisco a more livable, walkable city and reclaiming our streets as shared public space for everyone to enjoy. Walk San Francisco’s smart, targeted advocacy has been improving our city’s streets and neighborhoods since 1998. Our volunteer-led walks program explores different parts of the city every month.

Walk San Francisco promotes walking as a safe and sustainable form of...

Walk San Diego
  • Guide
  • Training

WalkSanDiego is a regional grassroots organization formed in 1998 and dedicated to making our neighborhoods more walkable. Through our educational events, training, advocacy, and work with local governments and SANDAG, WalkSanDiego is working to reclaim our streets and blocks through improved streetscape designs, accessible walking paths, and traffic calming measures. We envision San Diego communities that invite walking as a preferred choice for transportation and recreation for all people...

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