Please visit our new susustainability page at p2catl.com.
As Atlanta’s citywide sustainability initiative, Power to Change
is the result of the contributions of more than 300 stakeholders across Atlanta, representing their neighborhoods, their schools, their businesses, their community organizations and government agencies.
Guaranteed Energy Service Performance Contract
On February 6th, the City of Atlanta will hold an industry forum to introduce the City's upcoming Multi-Agency Guaranteed Energy Service Performance Contract ("GESPC"). The meeting will be held in City Hall, 2nd Floor, City Council Chambers at 1:00p.m.
Online Submittal Application
Electrical Contractors may to print this form out and bring it into the Office of Buildings. After coordinating with your electrical contractor to complete your application he/she may submit your complete application electronically at City of Atlanta Online. For technical assistance, have your electrical contractor contact the Bureau of Buildings Customer Service at (404) 330-6150
In person Submittal Application
Office of Buildings, 55 Trinity Avenue, Suite 3900
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 8:15am – 5:00pm
Walk-in Permit Applications will be processed until 4:00 pm ***Cashier Window closes at 4:15pm***
Residential Building Permits (404) 330-6150
Building Inspections Office: (404) 865-8400
Electrical Division: (404) 865-8400
Residential Customer Service - call 1-888-660-5890
Commercial Customer Service - call 1-888-655-5888
Plug-in Electric Vehicle Georgia Power Electric Vehicle Website (Click here)
As an agent for developing the blueprint for ensuring Atlanta's world-class environmental sustainability, Sustainable Atlanta connects business, organizations, institutions and residents to develop solutions and implement action plans to address the challenges and opportunities inherent in the relationship between environment, equity and the economy.
From the development of strategies to help achieve sustainable building and abundant water to zero waste, Sustainable Atlanta focuses on increasing commitment, capacity and velocity to advance Atlanta's sustainability.
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI) is a membership association of local governments committed to advancing climate protection and sustainable development. Atlanta is one of more than 1,057 cities, towns and counties worldwide that are members of ICLEI and that have made a commitment to sustainable development. The City of Atlanta is proud to host ICLEI’s southeastern field office. ICLEI representatives ensure Atlanta maximizes the resources in developing performance-based, results-oriented campaigns and programs.
To learn more about the ICLEI’s 5 milestone process that Atlanta is following to reduce its carbon emissions, click here.
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