Climate Vulnerability Assessment Resident Survey
The Village is currently conducting an online survey of residents to collect input on vulnerabilities in Village systems and infrastructure. Add your voice by taking the online survey at the link below.
- Take the online CVA survey:
- You can fill out hard copies of the survey at the following locations:
- Public library
- Village Hall
- Recreation Department at Leonard Park
- Fox Senior Center
Climate Vulnerability Assessment Fact Sheet: To learn more about the Climate Vulnerability Assessment process, read our fact sheet:The Mount Kisco Climate Smart Communities (CSC) Task Force and Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) have formed a Climate Vulnerability Assessment Working Group (CVA Working Group) to identify, study, and prioritize the impacts of changing climate conditions on our Village. In conducting this work, our goals are to increase the Village’s climate resilience and plan for climate adaptation that is cost-effective, efficient, and meets the needs of our residents.
CSC Membership, Overview, and Mission Statement
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It is the policy of the Village/Town of Mount Kisco to achieve energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, mitigate the effect of global climate change, and advance a clean energy economy for the benefit of our environment and all residents of our community.
The Mount Kisco Climate Smart Communities Task Force (formerly the Mount Kisco Energy Advisory Panel) was established by resolution of the Board of Trustees of the Village/Town of Mount Kisco on March 2, 2020 and charged with developing a strategy and work plan for establishing a baseline for the Village's current emissions, for recommending reduction targets, for identifying new strategies for reducing emissions and improving energy efficiency, for recommending ways in which these strategies can be incorporated into the Village's development and planning efforts, and helping the Village to achieve the highest levels of New York State Climate Smart Communities Certification.
If you are interested in becoming a member of this committee please contact the Village Manager's office at Villagemgr@mountkiscony.gov.
Identify local vulnerabilities to climate change and develop short-and long-term sustainability solutions. Develop strategies and tactics for the remediation of and adaptation to climate change, by incorporating plans and projects into the Village to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and facilitate actions that might mitigate and adapt to climate change throughout the Village.
Meetings, Agendas, and more:
Greenhouse Gas Inventory Reports