Florida’s Safety Harbor is the ninth in the state – and 127th nationwide – to commit to shifting to 100% renewable energy.

The City Commission has backed a resolution setting the city on a path to ditch fossil fuels from its electricity mix across municipal operations by 2035 – and community-wide by 2050, according to the Sierra Club.

“I want to thank the city staff, the Commission and most importantly the residents who came out in support of the resolution and the goal of renewable energy in our community,” said Safety Harbor City Commissioner Andy Zodrow.