Sustainable Monona 

​Mission Statement
Sustainability in everything we do.
The City of Monona is a leader in environmental sustainability, and believes that a commitment to the environment is crucial to having a flourishing community. Having sustainability in mind while supporting the ecological, economic, and social needs of our community ensures that we will not deplete or minimize the resources of future generations.

2018 Sustainability Dashboard

Current Projects

Resident Energy Survey

The Sustainability Committee is looking to hear Monona's voice! The Resident Energy survey asks community members about their current investment and interest in renewable energy and energy efficiency projects at home and city-wide. Take the survey by clicking here, or on the picture at the top of the side bar! Physical copies of the survey can be found at City Hall, the Library, and Senior Center.
100% Clean Energy Resolution
In March 2019, the City Council approved a resolution to pursue 100% clean energy to satisfy all municipal and community demand by 2040 and 2050, respectively. The resolution addresses issues of climate change and resiliency, along with the economic benefits of transitioning to renewables.

Leaf Management: Adopt a Storm Drain Project
Degrading leaves, left unattended during the fall season, produce phosphorous that contaminates our lakes. Preventing leaves from entering our storm drains keeps our water cleaner and healthier. To adopt your storm drain, visit our web page!
Sustainability Committee
In February 2018, the Ad Hoc Pedestrian and Bicycle Committee was formed! The committee is focused on developing more accessible and safer transportation corridors for walkers, bikers, and cars alike. See the calendar on the right for the upcoming community workshop on May 8th!
Waste Diversion at the Riverfront Redevelopment
Ever wonder if construction projects are concerned with reducing and reusing materials? Well, in Monona, we are! This project, completed in May 2018, was able to divert 87.9% of all non-hazardous materials from reaching a landfill. Read the report by clicking here!