The City of Stirling strives to build a sustainable future for the community, protecting and improving the environment by using natural resources wisely, reducing the impact of our activities on the environment and protecting wildlife and natural habitats.
Living Green Program 2018/19
The City of Stirling recognises that small changes can make a big difference to our environment over time and is encouraging residents and schools to start the journey towards more sustainable lifestyles.
The Living Green Program offers a range of incentives, rebates and workshops to help green the City, use less water and energy and reduce waste.
Living Green Schools
Whether your school is beginning the journey towards sustainability or already on the path, the City’s tiered pilot program for schools offers a wide range of incentives, support and sponsorship to keep you moving forward. To learn more about the program, click here.
To register your interest, click here.
Plant and tree giveaways
Free native verge plants or shade trees are available for your garden from Autumn 2019. To register your interest, click here.
Verge replacement rebate
Planning to develop a Waterwise verge? Rebates are available for eligible residents replacing grass on their verge with native Waterwise gardens. To register your interest, click here.
Home sustainability audit
Free home energy and water audits with personalised action plans are available to help you save money, reduce your electricity, gas and water usage. To learn more and register, click here.
Learn more about saving water and reducing energy use and waste in your home and garden and growing our urban forest. Workshops will be available throughout the year, please register for upcoming workshops below.
Applications for the above programs close in May 2019 or when fully subscribed.