Office of Energy & Sustainability

Snohomish County's Office of Energy & Sustainability (OES) works to conserve natural resources, reduce our climate impact, and facilitate environmental stewardship. OES partners with departments across County government and in the community to develop innovative programs and policies to actively address environmental challenges.

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  1. What's New
  2. Previous Announcements

Check out the latest SOAP Action Updates on Working Towards Better Solutions for Food Waste and Household Hazardous Waste Collection.

We joined the Charging Challenge! Snohomish County has joined the Department of Energy's Workplace Charging Challenge! Snohomish County is now one of more than 250 employers across the Country that have signed a pledge to help support electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The County was an early adopter of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, installing electric vehicle charging stations at more than four County facilities in 2011 for both employees and the public to charge their electric vehicles. Interested in joining the Challenge? Visit DOE's website for more information.

Water Benchmark Report. Snohomish County is working to reduce water consumption in our government buildings. Check out the County's first ever Water Benchmark Report here and see how we're doing!

  1. Upcoming Events

Does your car drip? Ever wonder if a 'spot' on the ground came from your car? 

Join the experts for a FREE auto leaks workshop and learn how to properly maintain your car!

1. Get a free car health assessment from a certified automotive instructor.

2. Learn how to identify and prevent leaks.

3. Receive tips on repairing minor common leaks and learn preventative maintenance.

4.  Leave class with a FREE vehicle Maintenance Check Kit and the confidence to talk to your mechanic.

To learn more visit www.fixcarleaks.org or contact Stephanie Leeper at 425-357-6027 or s.leeper@wsu.edu.

Click on this link to Register for the last workshop on Nov.16 at Marysville Pilchuck Highschool!