- Green Initiatives
- Sustainability in Geneva
- How Geneva Goes Green
How Geneva Goes Green
The mission of Growing Geneva Together Community Garden Coalition was to provide space and opportunity for Geneva residents, and members of surrounding communities, to come together to grow healthy food in a sustainable manner.
Composting in Geneva
Small-scale composting that does not require a permit under New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) regulation and enforcement code Chapter 4, shall be allowed in the City of Geneva so long as it meets the regulations.
Discover information about the Farmers Market in Geneva.
Geneva Peeps is an egg co-op: a few dozen folks coming together to cooperatively raise and care for egg-laying chickens on State Street in the City of Geneva.
The Green 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.
Shade Tree Program
The City of Geneva’s Shadetree Committee oversees all aspects of City Tree: planting, trimming, and removal.
Solid Waste Recycling in Geneva
Managing the waste stream by reducing, reusing and recycling helps to cut down on the amount of waste that ends up in the landfill.