Conservation Commission

Overview

The Conservation Commission is responsible for the preservation of open land and the protection of wetlands through the provisions of the State and Federal Wetlands Protection statutes.

Their activities include:

  • Holding public hearings under its statutory authority to protect wetlands from illegal filling or pollution and to protect them from increased flooding problems.
  • Involvement in the acquisition and management of open lands for passive recreation purposes.

View the Commission Charge (PDF).

Meetings

The Conservation Commission meets every other Monday night at 6:30pm.

2022 Meeting Schedule (PDF).

The Agenda will be posted on the Public Meetings Calendar at least 48 hours prior to a meeting and includes information on how to attend a virtual meeting.

Recordings of public meetings are provided by LexMedia.

Note: All Conservation Commission meetings will be held remotely via Zoom unless otherwise stated. Please continue to check the posted Conservation Commission Agenda for the latest information and how to participate in remote meetings.

Interested in how you could become involved in the Conservation Commission? Attend a meeting or contact us.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Agendas
View Minutes

Members

Current board members.