The Detroit 2030 District
59 Million Square Feet of Detroit is committed to reducing
the environmental impact of building construction and operations.
The Detroit 2030 District is a Private-Public Partnership comprised of three member types:
The Detroit 2030 District is a FREE program for any building owners or managers in Detroit. Join the 59 Million Square Feet already committed!
Want to join us? Click on the Join Us button at the top and complete the correct form for your member type!
Questions? Reach out to Connielilley@2030districts.org
JOIN US FOR THE 2ND ANNUAL AWARDS BREAKFAST.
TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR TICKETS!
For sponsorship opportunities reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud to be one of the twenty-three established districts operating within
The 2030 Districts Network.
Thank you to our Platinum Stakeholder partners!
TAKE THE 2030 PLEDGE
If you have a commercial building in Detroit and want to pledge to reduce your energy use, water use, and transportation emissions, we'd love to hear from you!
We are proud to partner with the EPA for Congregations. Check out this video highlighting the Detroit 2030 District House of Worship program on our YouTube Channel
We are proud to announce that the Detroit 2030 District has received the “Works with Portfolio Manager” badge!
This means that we are an approved user of the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager web services API. Learn more about web services here.
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