Paramount Achieves Gold-Level Energy Action Award Three Years in a Row

For the third year in a row, the Gateway Cities Council of Governments (COG) has recognized Paramount with a Gold-Level Energy Action Award, designed to highlight cities that demonstrate a commitment to improving energy efficiency and sustainability within their communities. Of the 27 Gateway cities, Paramount is one of eight to receive the top “Gold-Level” status. Executive Director Hector De La Torre, of the Gateway Cities COG, presented the award to the City Council during its February 13 meeting.

Highlighted among the accomplishments were Paramount’s continuous efforts to upgrade the City’s fleet to electric vehicles and the recent installation of EV charging stations to support that fleet.

These efforts have received recognition across various platforms:

  • Gateway Cities Council of Governments’ Gold-Level Energy Action Award, received numerous times
  • L.A. County Green Leaderships Award
  • National Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree City USA, received now for the fifth time in a row
  • South Coast Air Quality Management District’s Model Community Achievement Award

“Since 1989, Paramount has been a leader in environmental stewardship,” said Mayor Isabel Aguayo. “The City continues to seek innovative, eco-friendly initiatives that will help pave a greener path for future generations.”

To learn more about the City of Paramount’s commitment to sustainability, visit: ParamountEnvironment.Org/Energy/Clean-Energy-Projects-In-Paramount/

, , , , ,

Comments are closed.