External Resources

The City of Victoria works with Regional and Provincial partners to develop climate ready programs and coordinate on emissions reductions initiatives.


CleanBC Better Homes is your one-stop shop for online resources to help answer your questions and to learn about energy improvements for your home. Learn more about rebates for space and water heating, insulation, windows, and doors, energy efficiency upgrades, financing options, and contractor and energy advisor information at CleanBCBetterHomes.ca.

Plug In BC

Victoria is the perfect place to own an electric vehicle (EV) and rebate programs from the Province help make it possible for you to have an EV of your own. Learn more about the rebates available through the BC Clean Energy Vehicle Program. Visit PlugInBC.ca to learn more about Provincial EV rebates, charging station locations, and EVs in general.

Bring It Home 4 the Climate

Bring It Home 4 Climate is a program designed to engage and support homeowners and organizations located in the Capital Region who are interested in becoming agents of change in their communities by reducing the energy consumption and carbon footprint of their homes and reward those for taking steps to motivate other homeowners to do the same. This program offers a variety of support, resources, and subsidies. Check out BringItHome4Climate.ca to learn more.

Regional Coastal Flood Inundation Mapping Project

The Capital Regional District (CRD) worked closely with an inter-municipal and multi-disciplinary project team, including the City of Victoria, to complete the Regional Coastal Flood Inundation Project in order to better understand regional impacts from coastal storm flooding due to sea level rise and tsunamis. This information will help the Capital Region to better understand the infrastructure, ecosystems, and cultural sites that may be at risk due to future climate change impacts related to sea level rise and tsunami events. To learn more and to read the report, check out Coastal Flood Inundation Mapping Project | CRD.