Resilient Cities and Communities Coalition – West Metro Cluster with cities in Hennepin, Carver and Scott Counties

West Metro Cities Climate Action Conversation with Environmental Commissions Volunteers 

  • Wed Jan 22, 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the St. Louis Park City Hall
  • Co-Hosted by the St. Louis Park Environment and Sustainability Commission and Alliance for Sustainability/ Resilient Cities and Communities Coalition (RCCC)
  • 60 west metro citizen leaders and/or city staff from 14 cities joined us for lively conversations from Bloomington, Champlin, Chanhassen, Chaska, Edina, Eden Prairie, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Minnetonka, Minneapolis, Plymouth, Richfield St. Anthony Village, St. Louis Park and Wayzata.   

AGENDA & Introduction to the RCCC  Jan22ProgramWestMetroCities

Updates from Cities on 2020 Environmental Commission work plans (to be posted)

7:00 p.m. Small Group Conversations to review high impact actions our cities can take to achieve our GHG reduction goals, and brainstorm ways our cities can work together.

  • Clean Energy Supply – Erin Niehoff & Stacy Miller – Mpls, Dan Katzenberger – Eden Prairie, Nicole Ciulla, St. Louis Park Handouts Energy. Final Group Packet
  • Efficient Buildings – Tim Sandry – Bloomington,  Leah Hiniker – Hennepin County, John Dunlop, Minneapolis/MREA Handouts Buildings. Final Group Packet
  • Transportation – Jennifer Munt Mtka, Brian Ross GPI, Jeff Meek MnDOT Handouts Transportation. Final Group Packet

Next Steps (to be posted here)

  • Notes on insights from small groups and new action teams
  • Survey to hear your ideas on how to best stay in touch.
  • Follow up meeting with Hennepin County Commissioners
  • Helpful resources from Hennepin County, the Met Council and Nonprofits


Resilient Cities and Communities Coalition

In 2020, the Alliance for Sustainability is supporting elected leaders, city staff, and citizen volunteers from 50+ MN cities to launch the Resilient Cities and Communities Coalition (RCCC) to work together to meet their community-wide energy, climate, and resiliency goals. Member cities will learn together, share best practices, and become successful, inspiring models for other cities throughout Minnesota and the United States. The RCCC will be a non-partisan group focusing on collaborative, win-win-win solutions addressing issues of health, equity, sustainability, and resiliency.

Find out how you and your city can make a difference through more impactful collaboration, innovative programs, community engagement, and policy advocacy. Contact Sean Gosiewski,

See our RCCC Vision, Mission, Goals





Upcoming Events

Tidying-up: Do Your Greenhouse Gas Emissions Spark Joy?
Wed, February 5, 2020 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM at LMC and via webinar
League of MN Cities 145 University Ave W St Paul, MN 55103 RSVP at Eventbrite

East Metro Environmental Commissions Gathering for Ramsey, Washington & Anoka County Cities
Thursday February 13, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm at Ramsey County Library – Roseville  2180 Hamline Ave N, Roseville, MN 55113

Topic Teams

PUBLIC Policy Updates