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The annual Mayor's Green Fair on Main Street, which was scheduled for Friday, ​​​June 12, 2020, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dates are being considered for later in the year. Please visit this page for updates and details. ​

This annual event celebrates our community's environmental leadership as exhibited by citizens, nonprofits, government and businesses. All are welcome to attend Green Fair and share your thoughts on what a sustainable Ann Arbor means to you. Watch CTN at the 2019 Green Fair​ to learn more.  ​

The Green Fair hosts:

  • Environmental nonprofit organizations, government agencies and participating businesses that support environmental and sustainability practices.
  • Hands-on activities and live birds of prey demonstrations.
  • Live music, preformed by The Vicissitudes. 
  • Exhibitors that will show off innovative energy-saving designs and actions, including displays of electric vehicles, green building materials, solar energy installations, renewable energy installations and more!
  • Green transportation exhibits, sponsored by the getDowntown Program, showcasing a variety of ordinary and innovative sustainable transportation choices — featuring test rides on hybird and cargo bikes, information about the William Street bikeway, and autonomous vehicles.
  • Pop-up meeting to discuss Ann Arbor's Comprehensive Transportation Plan​ update​ effort​​​ and Vision Zero goals​. 

Vendors and exhibitors will showcase products and initiatives highlighting Ann Arbor's 16 Sustainability Goals, including sustainable energy, energy conservation, healthy ecosystems, and sustainable transportation. ​

Green Fair is a zero-waste event so please plan to bring a reusable water bottle.

For more information about Green Fair or to apply to showcase your environmental programs at this year's event, please contact Christine Schopieray (CSchopieray@a2gov.org). 



Volunteers needed! Those interested in helping out or needing​ additional information can contact:​

Christine Schopieray
City of Ann Arbor Mayor's Office 
734.794.6161, ext. 41602
cschopieray@a2gov.org