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City/Town
Amended
Kansas Municipal Code, Chapter 3, Article I, Division 3, Section 3-71, Ordinance 110235
Kansas City, MO
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Gold
In 2004, Kansas City enacted Ordinance 041222, requiring new city facilities to earn LEED Silver certification. In 2011, Kansas City enacted Ordinance 110235, amending Ordinance 041222 to require new city facilities and renovations exceeding 5,000 square feet to achieve LEED Gold certification. A LEED Standards Committee was also established to evaluate exemptions to the certification requirement.
County
In effect
St. Clair Municipal Code, Appendix A, Article V, Section P
St. Clair, MO
Enabling/Encouraging legislation
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2010, the St. Clair City Council amended its Zoning Ordinance to encourage developers with projects in the Highway Corridor Overlay district to incorporate LEED concepts into project design and construction.
City/Town
In effect
Chesterfield Municipal Code, Article 3, Section 405.03.040, Ordinance 2527
Chesterfield, MO
Incentive
Minimum certification level: LEED
In 2009, the Chesterfield City Council adopted Ordinance 2527, offering developers the ability to negotiate the mitigation of other zoning requirements if LEED standards are used.
City/Town
In effect
Ordinance 2009-3382
Ferguson, MO
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2009, the City of Ferguson adopted Ordinance 2009-3382, requiring buildings built or renovated with city funds to earn LEED Silver certification, or another nationally-recognized certification program, provided that the estimated energy savings exceed the marginal cost of the energy saving features over the expected life of the building and subject to fiscal constraints established by the City Manager. The ordinance also encourages new and remodeled residential, industrial, and commercial projects to satisfy LEED requirements.
City/Town
In effect
City of Springfield Green Building Policy, Resolution 9573
Springfield, MO
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2008 the Springfield City Council adopted Resolution 9573, establishing the Springfield Green Building Policy. The policy requires all city-owned buildings intended for human occupation to earn LEED Silver certification. The policy also requests projects strive for the highest certification possible if conditions permit. At minimum, all projects must earn seven LEED points for energy performance, two points for water use and waste reduction, and one point for construction waste management. New city buildings not intended for human occupation shall incorporate as many LEED points as possible. The policy also stipulates that any future renovations to city buildings must use performance benchmarks from LEED for Existing Buildings.
City/Town
In effect
Ordinance 67414
St. Louis, MO
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2007 the St. Louis City Council approved Ordinance 67414, requiring all city-owned facilities larger than 5,000 square feet to earn LEED Silver certification. The policy stipulates that the city will also apply LEED standards to major retrofit and renovation projects.
City/Town
In effect
Resolution 06-21
Clayton, MO
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2006, the Clayton Board of Aldermen adopted Resolution 06-21, requiring that new construction and major renovations of city buildings larger than 5,000 square feet earn LEED Silver certification. The requirement may be waived if certification is cost prohibitive, if certification would have a negative impact on a historic structure, or in an emergency situation.