Green Communities

The Town of Littleton is a "Green Community" designated by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources in 2015. 

UPDATE: 6/19/17 - Littleton has been awarded a Green Communities grant of $250,000, which includes $60,000 to complete the Town's LED streetlight conversion, $129,000 for variable frequency drives on pumps at the Spectacle Pond Water Treatment Plant, $61,000 for exterior lighting upgrade at Littleton High School.

Certified Green Communities meet these five program criteria: (1) provide as-of-right siting in designated locations for renewable/alternative energy generation, research & development, or manufacturing facilities; (2) adopt an expedited application and permit process for as-of-right energy facilities; (3) establish an energy use baseline and develop a plan to reduce energy use by twenty percent within five years; (4) purchase only fuel-efficient vehicles; and (5) adopt the Board of Building Regulations and Standards (BBRS) Stretch Code.

Along with certification, the Town of Littleton was awarded a grant of $140,870 for energy improvements in 2016, including conversion of street lights to LED.  

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Keith Bergman
Town Administrator
Littleton Town Offices