Draft Game Plan 2028

Live, work, and play sustainably

The results are in. Sunnyvale’s community-wide greenhouse gas emissions went up in 2021. As expected, we saw some bounce back in emissions from COVID-19 restrictions lifting. The good news is we have a new set of solutions! 

CEQA IS-ND and GHG Emission Threshold

The City of Sunnyvale is soliciting comments on the Draft Initial Study-Negative Declaration (IS-ND) for the Sunnyvale Climate Action Playbook Update/Game Plan 2028 and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Thresholds. The Draft IS-ND addresses the potential physical environmental effects of implementation of the Climate Action Playbook Update/Game Plan 2028 and CEQA GHG Emissions Thresholds in accordance with CEQA. The City of Sunnyvale is the Lead Agency for the proposed plan, which applies to all areas and plans/projects within the City of Sunnyvale limits.

Members of the public and public agencies are invited to provide comments in writing regarding the Draft IS-ND starting April 9, 2024 and ending May 8, 2024. Please email your comments to Madeline Khair, Environmental Programs Manager, at MKhair@sunnyvale.ca.gov. Comments may also be mailed to Madeline Khair at 456 W. Olive Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94086. Comments on the Draft IS-ND must be received on or before May 8, 2024 at 5:00 p.m.

Sunnyvale Climate Action Playbook Updates and Game Plan 2028 Greenhouse Gas Inventory

California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Thresholds and Guidance


⬇ Read Draft Game Plan 2028

Draft Game Plan 2028 is now closed for online public comment.

On June 25, Council will consider adoption of Climate Action Playbook Amendments and Draft Game Plan 2028.  

To stay up-to-date: 

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