EarthCare Sudbury Partner Profile
City of Greater Sudbury
The City of Greater Sudbury and its citizens have a substantial reputation for environmental action. Beginning in 1978 with the launch of a massive land reclamation program, Greater Sudbury's environmental legacy has become one of renewal and sustainability. Still today, maintaining a healthy environment is high on the priority list for Greater Sudbury's policy makers and municipal leaders.
The City of Greater Sudbury was established on January 1 2001, when the former Regional Municipality of Sudbury was amalgamated. The City of Greater Sudbury is now the largest municipality in Ontario with a landmass of 3,627 square kilometres. The City is also home to about 160,000 residents, over 300 lakes, and an abundance of wildlife.
- City Planning
- Economic Development (Greater Sudbury Development Corporation)
- Environmental Planning Initiatives:
- Solid Waste
- Water and Wastewater Services
Implementation of the EarthCare Sudbury Local Action Plan
Initiatives undertaken by various City departments have served to address issues falling under virtually every theme of the Local Action Plan. While progress in some areas has been more significant than in others, at minimum, a solid foundation for further progress on the issues of the Local Action Plan has been established.
Key Contact: Stephen Monet, Manager – Environmental Planning Initiatives
Address: 200 Brady St., Sudbury, ON
Phone: 705-674-4455 ext. 4297