Green programs to help you reduce your carbon footprint

The City develops guidelines, bylaws, and programs that help everyone create greener homes and lifestyles.

Find out what you can do at home, at work, on the move, and on the street to use less energy and water, and reduce waste and greenhouse gasses.

City programs that help you go green

At home

Follow these simple changes at home to help make Vancouver more clean, green, and healthy for everyone.

Home renovation rebates

Learn about rebates offered to homeowners to lower energy bills, reduce environmental impact and access rebates to offset renovation costs.

On the move

Learn how you can help Vancouver become the greenest city in the world by adopting cleaner, greener ways to get around.

Cigarette litter reduction

Protect our parks, beaches, waterways and wildlife, and prevent fires by properly disposing of your cigarette butts.

Water wise conservation

Get water wise. Follow lawn water restrictions. Find out what you can do and what we're doing to become a water wise city.

High performance building standards

Learn about high performance buildings that meet Passive House and Net Zero Energy certified standards.

All building types energy requirements, forms, and checklists

Building energy info for Rezoning, ASHRAE, NECB, and Step Code, including checklists for new construction and renovation projects.

Building a new house energy requirements and resources

All homes must be designed for energy efficiency. Learn how to comply with the Vancouver Building Bylaw for your new home up to 3 storeys.

Renovate a house energy requirements

Learn about the energy requirements for single family and 1-3 storey home renovations.

Multi-family building energy resources and programs

Depending on its size, your multi-family building may be eligible for a range of utility programs, incentives, and rebates.

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