LOS ANGELES COUNTY 2045 Climate Action Plan

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The Regional Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on November 15, 2023, to take public testimony and consider the approval of the Los Angeles County 2045 CAP. The public hearing materials, including the staff analysis and recommendation, are now available online.

The Final Program Environmental Impact Report is still available online and at select libraries. Printed copies of the Final PEIR are available at following locations below:

AC Bilbrew Library

150 E El Segundo Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90061

Acton Agua Dulce Library

33792 Crown Valley Rd

Acton, CA 93510

Charter Oak Library

20540 E Arrow Highway Suite K

Covina, CA 91724

East Los Angeles Library

4837 E 3rd St

Los Angeles, CA 90022

Hacienda Heights Library

16010 La Monde St

Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

La Crescenta Library

2809 Foothill Blvd

La Crescenta, CA 91214

Stevenson Ranch Library

25950 The Old Road

Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381

Topanga Library

122 N Topanga Canyon Blvd

Topanga, CA 90290

View Hearing Materials and Final PEIR Online

Office Hours Still Available!

We have virtual office hours at lunchtime on Tuesdays and Wednesdays leading up to the November 15 public hearing. Click on the button below to reserve a time to speak with us and ask your CAP-related questions.

Book Virtual Office Hours

Take the Home Energy Survey

Our Home Energy Survey is still open! Los Angeles County is fighting climate change by reducing the use of fossil fuels in our cars and homes. This will result in cleaner air quality and a healthier environment for everyone. The Home Energy Survey will help the County assess what resources residents need to complete home energy upgrades. Examples of home energy upgrades are solar panels, electric appliances, greywater systems, and shade trees.
Take the Home Energy Survey

Encuesta sobre la energía en los hogares del Condado de Los Ángeles


El Condado de Los Ángeles se esfuerza por combatir el cambio climático al reducir el uso de combustibles fósiles en nuestros vehículos y hogares. Esto resultará en una calidad del aire más limpia y un medio ambiente más saludable para todos. Esta Encuesta de energía residencial ayudará al Condado a evaluar qué recursos necesitan los residentes para completar las mejoras de energía en el hogar.

Encuesta sobre la energía en los hogares




Funding Opportunities

California Electric Homes Program

The California Electric Homes Program provides technical assistance and financial incentives to residential developers and builders constructing new, market-rate homes with all-electric appliances and equipment. The program supports all-electric new construction practices, drives energy savings, and supports California’s advanced energy efficiency policy goals.

Learn more about the CA Electric Homes Program.

The Los Angeles County 2045 Climate Action Plan is LA County’s path toward meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement and achieving carbon neutrality for unincorporated areas of the County. The 2045 CAP identifies strategies, measures, and actions to mitigate emissions from community activities and some municipal operations. The 2045 CAP is still in draft form and has not yet been adopted.

Environmental Planning and Sustainability Section




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