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Climate Action Report
The City of Tigard is developing a Climate Action Report to provide strategies for climate mitigation and adaptation.
Community Resiliency Plan
Visit the climate action and resiliency planning page. Track progress and add your voice to create a promising future for the next generations!
Introducing our Climate Hub! A central location for information on rebates, incentives, and other savings, including financial assistance. Plus, energy saving tips and educational items!
There are many upgrades to reduce your energy use – and your bill – including several minimal effort ones. Before you start, check with Energy Trust of Oregon to find eligibility for cash-back incentives!
Low and No-Cost
Let sun in during the day, close curtains at night.
Close doors to unused rooms.
Weather seal around windows and doors with caulk.
Regularly replace your heating system air filter.
Easy Upgrades & Cash-Back
- Energy-efficient light bulbs are an easy and affordable way to reduce electricity costs. Today's LED bulbs are up to 85% more efficient and last 15-25 times longer than traditional bulbs.
- A ceiling fan to circulate warm air down, especially in spaces with high ceilings.
- Use thermal curtains and close them at night to keep the heat in.
- If you have a hot tub, install an energy-efficient insulated cover to reduce your energy bill and protect your hot tub.
PGE offers multiple ways to save money:
- Transition to native, drought resistant plants in your landscape. The Oregon Department of Forestry provides a list of low-maintenance plants that also help pollinators!
- Improve your insulation to keep heat in during the winter and out during the summer.
- Energy efficient windows can help you save on heating and cooling.