Background

In 2018, the City of Stockton was awarded a Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) Planning Grant in the amount of $170,000 by the Strategic Growth Council to support planning activities in the Downtown and South Stockton region. Stockton’s City Council passed the resolution for the project. Local partners within the project area are co-creating a neighborhood-level blueprint for sustainable development, updating the city's existing tree inventory, and facilitating a community leadership program that will train residents in the area on climate-related topics. 

Through this process, the City of Stockton, its partners, and the community created Rise Stockton to carry the work forward beyond the planning phase.

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Partners

Rise Stockton partners work collaboratively to empower the communities most impacted by pollution to choose their own goals, strategies, and projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and local air pollution. Rise Stockton works to prioritize development and infrastructure projects that achieve major environmental, health, and economic benefits in California’s most disadvantaged communities.

 
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STOCKTON’s Commitment

Stockton City Council and its Mayor passed, approved, and adopted City Council Resolution #2018-0821-1111 on August 21, 2018. The resolution included the acceptance of the TCC Planning Grant funds and entered the City into a grant agreement with the State of California’s Department of Land Conservation for project planning and implementation activities. Through TCC and the Climate Action Plan, the City of Stockton is committed to GHG and pollution reducing-strategies and projects for Stockton.

 
 
 

Made Possible with Support From

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