State facilities and land

​​Interagency ​​S​​ustainability​ Coordinators Network

​The Interagency Sustainability Coordinators Network (ISCN) is comprised of representatives from key agencies that impact sustainability, as well as other interested agencies. The network meets six times a year and ensures that state agencies collaborate on sustainability programs and projects. 

In addition to regular meetings and collaboration, the Network also provides resources such as field trips and educational opportunities. 

With support from the Oregon Sustainability Board, over 20 agencies have prepared sustainability plans. The Board publishes guidelines to help agencies in the development of their plans. 

The Board's latest published guidelines can be found here:

2020OSBSustainabilityPlanGuidelines.pdf

​​Agency
​Current plan or update​

Dept of Admin Services​​

2018 plan​

​Dept of Agriculture 2019 -2020 plan​
​Business Oregon 2019-2021 plan
​Dept of Corrections 2017-2022 plan
​Dept of Energy Sustainability policy 
​Dept of Environmental Quality 2018 plan​
​Dept of Fish and Wildlife 2019 plan
​Dept of Forestry 2018 sustainability report
​Dept of Housing and Community Services 2014-2016 plan
​Dept of State Lands 2015 plan
​Parks and Recreation Dept 2017 plan update 
​Public Utilities Commission 2018 plan
​Dept of Transportation ​Plan volume 1
Plan volume 2
​Travel Oregon 2017 plan
​Watershed Enhancement Board 2018-2019 plan update​​
​Water Resources Dept ​2017 plan update

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​State Agency Sustainability Resources

Agencies are managing energy strategically to increase efficiency and reduce energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and costs. The Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE) manages the bulk of the state energy programs and efforts - from grants and technical assistance to state agency energy use reporting. Agencies are required to track and report annual building energy use to ODOE, which is then shared in annual energy report cards. New construction and major renovation of state facilities are also subject to the State Energy Efficient Design (SEED) program, which requires state agencies to use energy efficient design methods.

​​​Agencies are doing their part to help divert materials from Oregon's landfills, and to reduce consumption of materials to begin with. The Department of Environmental Quality's Materials Management program is leading the way on research, policy and best practice. Other resources are listed below.

Marion County Reduction, Recycling & Garbage Program

Major curbside recycling changes and recycling guide​ 

Poster - Recycle Right

Marion County EarthWISE Program  

​Executive Order 15-09 calls for agencies owning land and/or buildings to reduce their non-essential water use. All agencies, however, are responding to drought conditions by taking steps to reduce water.

Learn more about drought in Oregon

In addition, agencies owning water rights regularly report their water use to the Oregon Department of Water Resources​.

​​​DAS offers a smart commuter program to encourage employees to use alternative modes of transportation in their commute. Learn more
​​​PacificPower is offering grants to non-residential customers for electric vehicle charging stations. Funding will cover up to 100 percent of the eligible costs to purchase and install the charging station. View grant application.​

​​​​​​​​Portland General Electric has a renewable power program called Green Future​. See how PGE can help your business meet sustainability goals.



 

 
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