First in series of meetings to develop resiliency policies and practices
TRENTON, NJ – The City of Trenton will host a public information meeting on Thursday, July 21 at 6 pm to discuss climate change impacts on the Capital City.
The City has been selected by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to receive support in developing a Vulnerability Assessment and Action Plan. The goal of this project is to understand the impacts that the City may experience from climate change and how to implement resiliency policies and practices.
The City will be conducting ongoing public outreach and seeking to collaborate with residents during plan development, with the first virtual meeting scheduled for this Thursday.
This meeting is open to the public. Anyone who wants to provide input and feedback for the City is encouraged to join. This meeting provides members of the community with an opportunity to have their voices heard and help plan what the City will do in the future regarding these issues.
For more information, visit https://brsinc.com/resilient-nj-trenton/.