Protection of the environment is a city council and community priority, and is highlighted in the Environment section of the Community Plan.

Municipal Sustainability Plan

In February 2020, the city of Sedona completed our first Municipal Sustainability Plan, which sets goals and objectives for improving our organization by reducing consumption, increasing our effectiveness, and enhancing employee retention. Read our 2020 Municipal Sustainability Plan

In February 2020, the city of Sedona advanced to a silver certified sustainable business through the Sustainability Alliance. 


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Sustainability Projects

Curious what we are working on? Read our 2019 Year in Review.  

Check out our new all-electric Chevy Bolt!


Upcoming Events

Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling (POSTPONED)

Our household hazardous waste event on April 11 has been postponed to fall 2020 due to concerns about COVID-19.

This event is for residents of Sedona and unincorporated Yavapai County. Please be prepared to show a driver’s license and one utility bill as proof of residence. Business waste will not be accepted. 

Waste accepted
Aerosol paints and spray products, batteries except for lead acid or any vehicle battery, computer equipment, gasoline, household cleaners, kerosene, light bulbs, pesticides, pool chemicals, small appliances, small electronic devices, standard grill and camping propane tanks, oil-based paints, stains, solvents, thinners, televisions, and adhesives.

Waste not accepted
Ammunition and fireworks, car or other vehicle batteries, commercial business waste, explosives, compressed gas cylinders other than propane such as oxygen, acetylene, etc., latex paints, medical waste or prescription drugs, motor oil and oil filters, radioactive materials including smoke detectors, tires of any kind, or any other material or items not listed in the Accepted list.

Fix-it Clinic (POSTPONED)

Our Fix-it Clinic on May 2, has been postponed due to concerns about COVID-19.

The Fix-it Clinic is a simple idea. Bring in an item in need of repair and our volunteer fixers will do their best to help you fix it for free. What kind of items can you bring? Toys, electronics, clothing, bicycles, small furniture/appliances, etc. Fix-it Clinics are a great way to build community while keeping usable items out of the landfill. 

KIDS WELCOME: There will also be a station at the Fix-it Clinic where kids can help take apart and recycle unfixable items.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: If you are good at soldering, electronics repair, electrical repair, sewing, woodworking or general tinkering and you’d like to volunteer at the Fix-it Clinic, contact Kaileigh Walker at or (928) 203-5112.

Sustainability Coordinator

McKenzie Jones
(928) 203-5060

McKenzie Jones, sustainability coordinator