Search Home

Green Building Program

GBlogo_newThe Green Building Program encourages a whole-systems approach through design and building techniques to minimize environmental impact and reduce the energy consumption of buildings while contributing to the health of its occupants.

Green Building Lecture Series

Scottsdale’s Green Building Program would like to thank the following speakers for participating over the last year in the 2015/2016 green building lecture series. Topics included environmental building standards, utility incentives, healthy and edible landscapes, indoor fresh air strategies, energy efficient roofing, green schools and green/energy upgrades for 35+ year old homes.

Alan Kravitz, Bella Verde Homes Jeff and Kim Grout, Clean Air Lawn Care
Kevin Edwards, Edwards Design Group Joan Baron, Baron Studio
Tom Norris, Norris Architects Brian Kincaid, Panasonic Eco Solutions
Sharon Bonesteel, SRP Tyler Allwood, Eagle Roofing Products 
Chris Baggett, APS Auriane Koster, Pierce Energy Planning 
Jennifer Davidson, Scottsdale Water Conservation  Laurel Kruke, Pierce Energy Planning 
Adria Surovy, Scottsdale Water Conservation Jan Green, RE/MAX Excalibur
Todd Czaplewski, SW Gas John Elson, Inspect-It 1st 
 Charlie Velasquez, SW Gas Brian Andrews, Arizona Going Green  

Please stay tuned for the 2016/2017 lecture series where we will continue to bring forward topics aimed at educating our citizenry towards a sustainable built environment. Mark your calendars for the October 6, 2016 kick off.

Recent News

Scottsdale launches new green building promotional materials
Scottsdale launches new green building promotional materials for single-family dwellings, townhomes and commercial projects. Earn Scottsdale Green Building Designation with
Scottsdale has updated the Green Home Rating Checklist
Scottsdale’s Green Home Rating Checklist has been periodically updated to stay current with building code changes, building product innovations and
Energy efficiency guide provides ideas for Arizona
Energy efficiency creates jobs that are primarily local. Additionally, it reduces cash outflow from the economy by reducing fuel imports
Arizona twelfth most energy-efficient state
Energy efficiency measures are thriving around the United States, as reported in the 7th annual edition of the State Energy


Program Overview for New Construction


Green Home Buyers Guide  


GB Remodeling Workbook 


Landscape Revitalization Workbook