The City of Paramount continues to implement strategies outlined in its Climate Action Plan. The most recent effort includes its approval to proceed with Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Charge Ready Program, which would provide the City with 10 electric vehicle (EV) charging ports at Paramount Park and another 12 at Progress Park.
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In light of Paramount’s recently adopted Climate Action Plan (CAP), the City has sprung into action by updating its fleet with a new electric vehicle. In early August, the Planning Department’s gasoline-powered car, used for building inspections, was replaced with an electric vehicle. An additional four EVs are anticipated to arrive in early 2022 and […]
Paramount has partnered with SoCal Edison to upgrade street lights in the City through the utility’s LED program. The project is replacing 2,950 outdated high-pressure sodium bulb fixtures throughout town. This conversion project is at no cost to the City and will lower energy use, produce brighter streets, and increase public safety. With the City’s Climate […]
At the July 6, 2021 City Council meeting, Paramount’s first-ever Climate Action Plan (CAP) was adopted by a unanimous vote. In concurrence with goals set by the State, the City’s CAP is tailored to address unique climate needs as a community and ensure that Paramount reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to 40% below 1990 levels […]
The City of Paramount has developed a draft of its first-ever Climate Action Plan (beginning on page 247), which outlines strategies to meet the State’s greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals and creates a roadmap to follow as Paramount continues to advance its sustainability efforts. “Ensuring a clean, safe and sustainable environment is a top priority […]
The City of Paramount is developing a Climate Action and Resilience Plan (CARP) to help understand our climate impacts and what we can do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We need your input to create the plan.
The City of Paramount is currently participating as a Member City in one of COG’s latest initiatives: the Climate Action Planning (CAP) Framework.