Making it easier to track your community energy and sustainability goals
Energy action planning is becoming critical to achieving sustainability for communities and municipalities. To help in this effort, we are working to make it easier to access and analyze the data necessary to inform you about these important efforts.
The reports for enrolled cities and counties for calendar year 2015 are available below.
|City or County||Name|
|Apple Valley (xls)|
|Brooklyn Park (xls)|
|Columbia Heights (xls)|
|Coon Rapids (xls)|
|Eden Prairie (xls)|
|Falcon Heights (xls)|
|Golden Valley (xls)|
|Maple Grove (xls)|
|Red Wing (xls)|
|Saint Cloud (xls)|
|Saint Louis Park (xls)|
|Saint Paul (xls)|
|White Bear Lake (xls)|
Please provide feedback on these reports to email@example.com
If your city or county is not listed and you would like access to your report, let us know by submitting your community name and email address here.
As a default, reports will be generated per jurisdiction boundaries defined for local property tax collection purposes. These definitions have been found to be accurate within three percent. However, you can submit an alternative boundary definition to us in a “shapefile” format (.shp, .shx, or .dbf) by emailing us. Please include your contact information and the shapefile in the email.
Reports will be formatted as .xlsx spreadsheet files and will contain data for one city or county over the 2015 calendar year.
The specific data elements you will receive include:
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