Collaborating with cities, counties and stakeholders to drive reach code development and adoption for long-term climate and energy efficiency benefits.
Santa Cruz, a city of 65,000 residents nestled between the redwood forests of the Coast range and the Pacific Ocean, embodies a rich and varied history. Since the 1700s, the city has grown to become the county seat, home of UC Santa Cruz, birthplace of Californian surfing, and a world-famous city for beach culture. The city also boasts a strong commitment to sustainability and climate action.
Onsite Water Reuse
Water Neutral Development
Controlled Environment Horticulture
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