Get Involved with Sustainable Saratoga


There are many ways to get involved by volunteering your time with Sustainable Saratoga

Join one of our committees and help plan events and advocacy efforts. Email us at and let us know which committee(s) interest you.

Help out at an event. Go to our Events volunteer page to see what’s coming up and sign up.

Students:  volunteering at Sustainable Saratoga events is a great way to earn community service hours.


There are costs associated with putting on events like Recycles Day, Tree Toga, and even a workshop. Your financial contribution helps us pay for program needs, event costs, staff support, and other operating costs. Your support will help us grow and become an even greater force in the community. Please make a contribution today.

Stay informed

Follow us on social media and sign up for our email list using the links at the bottom of the page. We only send a few emails each month and we never share your information.

Your voice is powerful. Use it.

Advocacy is an important part of our work. See below for the contact information for local government officials representing Saratoga Springs. Voice your support for sustainability and let your government know your priorities for a more sustainable community.

Saratoga Springs – City Council Members and Deputies

Title Name Email

Deputy Mayor

John Safford

JoAnne Kiernan

Commissioner of Accounts

Deputy Commissioner of Accounts

Dillon Moran

Stacy Connors

Commissioner of Finance

Deputy Commissioner of Finance

Minita Sanghvi

Heather Crocker

Commissioner of Public Safety

Deputy Commissioner of Public Safety

Tim Coll

Daniel Charleson

Commissioner of Public Works

Deputy Commissioner of Public Works

Jason Golub

Joe O’Neill

Saratoga Springs – County Supervisors

Title Name Email
Supervisor Michele Madigan
Supervisor Matthew Veitch