Energy and Environment

The Town of Caledon is dedicated to addressing climate change and protecting the environment in our community. 

Climate Emergency

On January 28, 2020 Caledon Council declared a climate emergency, recognizing the need to address climate change urgently. The Town has updated its Community Climate Change Action Plan that contains strategies that will significantly contribute to the Town's ability to cope with and address climate change.

Help us take action on climate change

Explore community resources to find out how you can get involved.

Green incentives

The Town's green incentives help developers create more sustainable projects with grants and discounts, including:

Air Quality Monitoring

The Town of Caledon and the Province of Ontario are working together to conduct air quality monitoring in Caledon Village and Bolton to better understand traffic-related emissions. Click here to learn more.


Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP)

If you live in the West Bolton area, you can reduce your utility bills while supporting sustainability. Learn more about the Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan.

Funding for Local Projects

If you're a local not-for-profit or volunteer group, public school, or Indigenous community you can apply to the Climate Action Fund to support environmental initiatives that address climate change in Caledon. 

Corporate Initiatives

The Town is dedicated to reducing the impact of its own operations through the Council-approved Corporate Greenhouse Gas Reduction Framework, which has a target to reduce emissions from the Town's operations by 24% below 2017 levels by 2024.


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