The City of West Hollywood is currently responding to the unprecedented Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and is working as quickly as possible to address community needs with links to resources, information, and relief for our residents, businesses, and community members.


Click the graphic below for information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19). The page will be updated as new information, resources, and relief from Federal, State and County agencies are made available.

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Go Green

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The City of West Hollywood is dedicated to sustainability and preserving our environment. We encourage you to do your part by taking advantage of these helpful resources below.

For more information on the City's green programs, plans, and projects, please visit our Sustainability page. 



Conserve SoCal

The Energy Providers of Southern California have joined forces to provide tips on energy conservation and energy efficiency as well as information on rebates and incentives.

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Go Solar West Hollywood

Go Solar West Hollywood is a city-sponsored program to encourage property owners to go solar. West Hollywood has partnered with EnergySage, an online marketplace, to help property owners receive and compare quotes!




Solar 101 & Additional Resources

Learn about the basics of solar technology, solar financial incentives, the City’s solar guides for condos and apartment buildings, virtual net metering, and much more.



Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing

PACE is a simple and effective way to finance energy efficiency, renewable  energy, water conservation, and seismic upgrades to buildings.


Green Building Program

West Hollywood adopted one of the nation's first mandatory green building ordinances to ensure that new buildings will be healthier for residents, and use energy and resources more efficiently.



Trash and Recycling

Comprehensive information on recycling, solid waste pickup, electronic waste, bulky item disposal, and a convenient area for frequently asked questions. 




Recycle By City

Because recycling is simple when you know where things go. Your one-stop shop for local recycling information that can sometimes be tricky to find.



Plastic Bag Ban

The City of West Hollywood has approved an ordinance to ban single-use plastic bags from all pharmacy, grocery, and retail stores. The City Council approved the ban on August 20, 2012.



Plug-In Electric Vehicles (PEV)

West Hollywood supports plug-in electric vehicle readiness citywide. This website outlines everything a buyer needs to know before bringing one of these cars home. This City of Santa Monica EV Funding Resources guide links to current incentives. Be sure to also check out our PEV resources for multifamily buildings and the SoCal region's EV Fast Charge Network Guide.


Need to charge in WeHo? Here is a list of public municipal chargers. For more information about installing charging stations and utility rebates visit the EV Charge Up West Hollywood website.




Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) Information

When FOG is poured down the drain and garbage disposals, it can cause blockages that can cause the sewer to back up into your home or business  through sinks, drains and toilets.





The Environment and You

It is vital that as a community we advance the principles of sustainability to enhance our quality of life. Use the tips and join us in working for a cleaner, greener tomorrow.

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Construction and Development Recycling Plans 

Design Regulations, Construction Practices and Good Housekeeping Requirements for new building projects and existing properties to reduce urban runoff water pollution.




South Coast Air Quality Management District

The Clean Air Choices program provides a one-stop resource for information on the benefits of using clean technologies on the road and in your home.





 Water Conservation

“Conservation is a California way of life!” Using less water is essential to sustaining our Southern California communities. Use the link above for water use regulations, tips, and rebate information.


MWD is again offering rebates to Transform Your Landscape by removing turf. Use this Green Irrigation Guide to keep your plants thriving while using water efficiently!





California Building Energy Benchmarking Program (AB 802)

Assembly Bill 802 (2015) directed the California Energy Commission to create a statewide building energy use benchmarking and public disclosure program for buildings larger than 50,000 sf. 


June 1, 2018 is the first reporting deadline for buildings over 50,000 sf. with no residential accounts. Please visit the California Energy Commission Benchmarking website for more information about who is required to report, how to do so, and additional resources.



Straws Upon Request

Did you know US consumers use 20 billion straws annually? Most of the plastic straws used in Southern California end up in the ocean. What's the best way to keep plastic straws from harming wildlife and our environment?


Don't use one.


Plastic straws will only be given out at West Hollywood's bars and restaurants upon request.