City of Rockville

Resource for Residents: Here2HelpDC

Eligible District residents can apply to several assistance or discount programs to help lower their utility costs. The DCPSC requires that Pepco, Washington Gas, and Verizon sponsor their own discount programs for residents, but there are additional money- and energy-saving initiatives available through #Here2HelpDC. To learn... Read More

Resource for Residents: City of Laurel Composting

Get ready for it. The Mayor and City Council have approved an ordinance that will make it mandatory for residents to separate their organic waste from the trash. Organic waste is food scraps, food waste, food-soiled paper, and compostable plastic. You’ll also have to separate out... Read More

Resource for Residents: Summer Ready DC

The Summer Ready DC campaign by the District of Columbia Public Service Commission assists residents in preparing their homes for summer. This includes getting a free weatherization kit to save energy, using checklists to ready homes for potential storms, enrolling in programs for utility assistance... Read More

Resource for Residents: Gaithersburg Fix-It Fair

Join the Gaithersburg Environmental Affairs Committee as it hosts its second Fix-It Fair, an event to promote waste reduction and environmental awareness. By repairing them instead of throwing them away, you can save money and resources and extend the life of your items. The event... Read More

Job Alert: City of Norfolk, Energy Programs Manager

The City of Norfolk’s Department of General Services is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Energy Programs Manager. This position will support the Environmental Sustainability Manager in creating, designing, developing, and implementing energy conservation measures and efficient operations to meet annual energy and... Read More