To the Streets!

Your Dubuque County Energy District is taking our renter energy efficiency toolkits and other energy saving measures to the streets! We will be also reading the story of “Why Should I Save Energy?” at each event, offering families the opportunity to learn about why it is important to save money on energy.

Our schedule:

Boys & Girls Club Meal Sites

  • Mon., June 7: Flora Park & Allison Henderson
  • Tues., June 8: Murphy Park
  • Wed., June 9: Boys & Girls Club
  • Thurs., June 10: Orange Park
  • -Fri., June 11: Jackson Park, Bee Branch


  • Friday, May 28: Salvation Army’s Garden Party (11a-2p)
  • Thursday, June 10: Millwork Night Market
  • Saturday, June 19: Juneteenth Celebration
  • Sunday, June 20: Urban Bicycle Food Mission @Jackson Park
  • Friday, June 25: Sustainability Fair @Bee Branch

By meeting community members where they are gathering already, your DbqCoED will continue to educate and empower neighbors to save money on energy expenses and promote an equitable energy transition!

The outreach will be completed in partnership with local food providers and at other community events. Each event will feature interactive ways to learn about how to be more energy efficient, engage in energy trivia and a book reading of “Why Should I Save Energy?” Each event will also have renter energy efficiency toolkits, copies of the book “Why Should I Save Energy?” and energy saving (or energy snacks) prizes. Residents of all ages can join in on learning more and find ways to empower others to save money on energy expenses!