Written by: Lola Bamberger, Conservation Coach
Walnut Creek Saves is such a new program to our community that most residents don’t know or fully understand what it entails and what services we can provide. Since our program is extremely resident focused it is our highest priority to get the information needed out there, and in this article I will describe what Walnut Creek Saves can do for you (and what it already does for me).…Continue
Posted on May 10, 2017 at 7:18pm
Do you have an exceedingly high water and/or electric bill? If so, Walnut Creek Saves is the program for you! Walnut Creek Saves works to help the residents of Walnut Creek become more efficient. Local Walnut Creek high school students are the main working force of the program and our goals is to not only save the environment but also save you money!
How this works is you sign up to receive a completely free home consultation. You pick a day and time that is convenient for you based…Continue
Posted on May 10, 2017 at 7:14pm
Walnut Creek Saves has a new team of high school students that are ready to help you use less and save more! Recently, ten juniors and seniors from Northgate and Las Lomas High Schools completed three days of energy and water efficiency training to become Conservation Coaches. Walnut Creek Saves is proud to not only educate residents on how to save energy, water, and money, but give back to the local youth and prepare them for the workforce.
Conservation Coaches receive hand-on…Continue
Posted on April 3, 2017 at 5:21pm
The City of Walnut Creek is proud to introduce Walnut Creek Saves, a new community program designed to save residents energy and water and lower monthly bills. Walnut Creek Saves is offered as a part of the City’s efforts to address climate change and reach sustainability goals.
Walnut Creek Saves is a free program available to all residents, homeowners or renters, which offers the following benefits: free home consultations where residents learn how to save energy, water and money…Continue
Posted on February 28, 2017 at 5:48pm