Environmental Sustainability Commission

The Environmental Sustainability Commission reviews existing green policies and advises the mayor, city council and other city officials on programs that help Hilliard reach its sustainability goals. Other responsibilities include reviewing environmental trends affecting the community, determining community priorities and helping other city boards and commissions determine if new proposals comply with sustainability goals.

Members

  • Donald J. Schonhardt, Mayor
  • Pete Marsh, City Council Representative 
  • Kristen Hosni, Chair
  • Jonathan Hus, Vice Chair
  • Beverly Marsh, Secretary
  • Ed Cheshire
  • Kim Movshin
  • Gregory M. Smith
  • Peter Spreitzer
  • Melissa Muth
  • Abby Wolford

Commission meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 5:45 p.m. in City Hall. Contact us with questions or for more information.

Save Water with a Rain Barrel

The average Hilliard household uses approximately 5,000 gallons of water a month and 40% percent of that is used for watering the lawn, plants and other outdoor tasks during summer months. Rain barrels attach to gutters and collect rainwater runoff that can be recycled to water your lawn and garden. You can get a 45-gallon rain barrel for $50 through the GreenSpot Rain Barrel program.