Sustainable Building Program

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  • New Alternative Technology Advisory Group (ATAG)
  • New Substantive Policy for the Construction of Greenhouses
  • Innovative Materials and Systems Pilot Program
  • Earthbag Substantive Policy for Structures Up to 750 sf
  • Rainwater Harvesting for Potable Use Presentation
  • Incentives for Green Realtor Certification
  • Green Realtor Highlight
  • Latest newsletter
  • Tiny House Permitting Policy
  • Other New Resources
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Coconino County Sustainable Building Program offers the following services to all residents of Coconino County, and the cities and communities within it, for free:

Project Certification

Certification Program

Consultation

Consultation

Educational Opportunities

Educational Opportunities

Resources for Sustainable Building

Resources for Sustainable Building
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Flagstaff Green Minute about the Sustainable Building Program:
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Program Information



The Mission of Coconino County Sustainable Building Program (CCSBP) is to educate, support, encourage and help develop sustainable building practices & processes for the citizens of Coconino County.

​CCSBP Core Values
​Board of Supervisors 2003 Resolution Adopting the CCSBP

Sustainable Building Citizens Advisory Committee

 

This is an informal committee (attendance not mandatory) comprised of building professionals, owner-builders, educators, government officials, students, and anyone who has an interest in being involved with the Sustainable Building Program and our efforts to promote sustainable development locally.

The intent of the Committee meetings is to share resources and provide programmatic support. Meetings will usually be held at Willow Bend Environmental Education Center, however, meetings can also be hosted at other locations around the community.

Meetings will be held quarterly in 2020. The schedule is as follows, with tentative topics:

  • March 11th- New resources for gray water systems
  • June 10th- Alternative Technology Advisory Group
  • September 9th- Promoting and incentivizing sustainable building
  • December 9th- Low carbon footprint buildings
All meetings are from 3:30 - 5 pm.

Contact us if you are interested in learning more or would like to participate!