UPDATE: 1. Bundle up and come to the Earth Day rally tomorrow (Sat). Meet at 3:30pm at Fawick Park (Statue of David) for a walk to the city hall at 9th & Dakota.
The group will be asking the mayor to restore the Dec.’22 consensus Sustainability Plan and also to do the following:
2. Whether you go to the rally or not, ask Mayor TenHaken to accept the $1 million EPA Climate Pollution Reduction Grant that is on the table. It’s a planning grant available to our city and Rapid City because the governor did not accept the $3 million offered for the state. The Rapid City mayor already accepted their $1 million. The deadline for Mayor TenHaken to say Yes is next week, April 28.
Please contact him: Mayor@siouxfalls.org, 224 W 9th St, 57104, 605-367-8800
SATURDAY, APRIL 22 at 3:30 PM
Meet at Fawick Park (Statue of David) & walk together to City Hall (9th & Dakota) for speakers.
On Earth Day, we’ll be walking together from Fawick Park to City Hall to show our support for a strong, community-driven Sustainable Sioux Falls Plan.
Join us as we call upon Mayor TenHaken and the City Council to commit to real, meaningful action for a sustainable future. Sioux Falls needs a sustainability plan that reflects community voices and meets the moment to tackle climate change and other environmental challenges.
Wear green, bring a friend, and come make your voice heard for a sustainable Sioux Falls! All ages welcome!
Co-sponsored by Change Agents of SD, Citizens’ Climate Lobby Sioux Falls, Common Grounds Indivisible SD, Dakota Rural Action, Ironfox Farms, LEAD South Dakota, Sioux Falls League of Women Voters, The Mindfill SD, SoDak Compost, and SoDak 350.