The City of Lafayette is completing the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at City Hall and the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center this week. These installations complement the existing EV station installed at the Lafayette Public Library in 2012. All three stations are provided to the public free of charge.
“Lafayette is a leader in the advancement of sustainability. We’re proud to now offer a total of 3 EV stations for our community,” said Curt Cheesman, Director of Recreation and Facility Management. “Our goal is to support alternate transportation by reducing ‘range anxiety’, or the worry that there are not enough charging stations to make EVs a convenient vehicle choice.”