Conservation Office

Starting Monday, March 13, 2020: 

Due to the current closure of City Hall, we will not be open for in-person appointments until further notice.   

For Wetland Permit applicants, please email Alexis Cherichetti directly (see contact to the right).  

For Building Permits, please know that Conservation review and sign-offs (the Green Sheet) will provided internally after you have received your Zoning Permit.   Contact Zoning (203-854-7780) if you are unsure how to apply for your zoning permit.  Once approved, your Zoning Permit and Conservation sign-off will be delivered to the Building Department for you.  

For any other Conservation Office matters, please leave a message at the Conservation main line at 203-854-7744.  We will call you back within 48 hours. 


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Soil test info available here: http://www.soiltest.uconn.edu/sampling.php

 Want to know more? 
Go directly to Land Care & Plant Tips, Stormwater Management Practices, Runoff Pollution, or Watershed Info!

Or use the navigation links in the top left corner to find additional information about general environmental information or the Inland Wetlands Agency and the Aquifer Protection Agency.

Responsibilities


The Conservation Office provides staff for the:

Specific Responsibilities


The Conservation Office administers and enforces the regulations and policies of each of these boards. In particular, the office is responsible for:
  • Administering the City's Inland Wetland Regulations, which regulate activities adjacent to inland wetlands and watercourses in order to protect our water resources.
  • Oversee certain potentially hazardous land uses in the public drinking water supply areas in the city
  • Providing recommendations on natural resources and open space plans
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