Unsurprisingly, California is CLOSE to the top, with 72 EV public charging stations per 1000 population (we are LOSING to Vermont and DC). (HERE)
We Do know that the Bay Area is the number one metropolitan area for EVs in the US (HERE).
Finally, we know that, as of 1/1/2020 (according to DMV), we had a total of 180 EVs registered, which means, with our current population of 7578, we have 24 EVs per thousand persons. And, we have a total of 3 public charging stations (HERE).
So, in Fairfax, we are not so high as the state as a whole nor as the Bay Area as a whole.
BUT, I tried to look up how many bicycles, electric bicycles, and just walkers we have. The Bay Area is the number 3 metropolitan area for bicycle commuting in the country (HERE) and I know that, back in the day, i used to bike to the ferry many days.
At any rate, our number one challenge in decarbonizing is, you might de-car-ing or at least, de-gas-car-ing. This will not be easy, and it will take time. Obviously, the state is pushing in this direction already, and it seems inevitable that we will find ways to get better.
So, let's keep working to find ways to do it better!