Bowie residents are once again being asked to come forward with any and all ideas about how the city can reduce its carbon footprint, said Kristin Larson, the city’s sustainability planner.
“I want residents to know there is an opportunity for their community ideas to be heard,” Larson said.
The city is hosting its second climate action series presentation at 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at the Kenhill Center, which Larson said is a great place for residents to voice their opinions while getting advice on how to save money and energy at home and at work.
Several energy-efficiency experts will be there, including representatives from the Maryland Energy Administration and energy company Baltimore Gas and Electric, Larson said.
The city’s final climate action series presentation will be at 7 p.m. Jan. 13 at the Kenhill Center, 2614 Kenhill Drive, and will focus on trails and public transit, she said.
Residents can also submit their ideas online at www.cityofbowie.org/communityclimateaction.