- Richard Cox, Co-Chair
- Anne Hoyt, Co-Chair, FLCC Representative
- Michael Amadori, HWS Sustainability Coordinator
- Scott DeHollander, Cornell Ag-tech Representative
- Emily McFadden, GHS Environmental Club
- Sarah Meyer, Liaison, Town of Geneva Sustainability Committee
- Zachary Allard
- Kristin Bakara
- Ellis Bozzolo
- Sara Britting
- Larry Campbell
- Jacob Fox
- Jena Fuchs
- Joseph Gonzalez
- Marilla Gonzalez
- Daisy Hoyt
- Jeanette Nelson
- Marissa Newland
- Jim Norwalk
- Sean Roulan
- Jennica Simon
- Pat Wallace
This Committee is charged with evaluating City operations and community practices for sustainability impacts, and with making recommendations to City Council on policy changes or changes to operational practices. Individuals with expertise in environmental fields or operations and maintenance practices are encouraged to apply. The Committee meets as needed.
Green Committee Subcommittee Information
- Alternatives to Synthetics - supports the city's Department of Public Works in its management of city-owned properties without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers and promotes sustainable practices for all city residents, institutions, and businesses.
- Waste Diversion - seeks to reduce the city's waste footprint by encouraging the use of the city's new Resource Recovery Facility and by promoting recycling of food wastes, e-wastes, and hazardous wastes as well as all recyclable materials.
- De-Icing - explores strategies for maintaining safety in the winter while reducing the amount of salt used on city streets and by its businesses, institutions, and residents.
- Climate Smart Community - seeks to meet the goals for designation as a Climate Smart Community which enables the city to benefit from grant programs.
- Community Aggregate - explores ways the city and its residents, institutions, and businesses can obtain sustainable sources of energy at reduced cost.
Geneva Benchmarking Report
This annual report is used to track municipal buildings’ energy performance and is created in compliance with a passed Resolution on June 17, 2017. Comparisons between annual reports can provide insights into energy use, including potential cost savings. This report includes only municipal buildings larger than 1,000 sq. ft.