The Eagan Energy and Environment Advisory Commission (EEAC) is made up of Eagan residents appointed by the City Council. The purpose of the Energy and Environment Advisory Commission is to respond to the City’s environmental goal by making recommendations to the City Council on local environmental sustainability and energy conservation strategies for the City’s residents, businesses and municipal operations.
Eagan is a GreenStep City
Minnesota GreenStep Cities is a voluntary challenge and assistance program that recognizes communities that set, achieve and continue certain sustainability goals. Eagan’s actions have included increasing the use of LED lighting at City facilities, in street lighting and elsewhere; improving fuel efficiency of the City’s vehicle fleet; improving energy efficiency at City properties; managing our tree canopy; caring for our water resources and more.
|Anna Anderson||2-year||April 2025|
|Ian Ziese||2-year||April 2025|
|Seth Swanlund||1-year alternate||April 2024|
|Emma Russ||2-year||April 2025|
|Dan Robicheaux||2-year||April 2024|
|Peter Dugan||2-year||April 2024|
|Donald Vasatka||2-year||April 2024|
|Sara Patrick||2-year||April 2024|
(Updated April 19, 2023)
The Energy & Environment Advisory Commission regular meetings are held, with few exceptions, on the second Tuesday in even months (6 times per year) at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at the Eagan Municipal Center.
Agendas, Minutes, & Meeting Live Streaming:
Meeting agendas, minutes, and a link to view live meetings are available on the meetings page.
If you have an item that should appear before the Commission, contact the Parks & Recreation Department at (651) 675-5500.