Conservation Commission responsibilities include administering wetlands protection regulations and making recommendations on the planning, acquisition and management of property for conservation and passive recreation.
Meets twice monthly - Mondays at 5:30 p.m.
Please review the Meeting Schedule for meeting dates and application deadlines.
Date/Time of Next Meeting: Monday October 2nd, 2023
CC-2023-002 - SALISBURY STREET
CC-2023-020 - 34-38 BLACKSTONE RIVER ROAD
CC-2023-041 - 26 APTHORP STREET
CC-2023-043 - 0 MEADOWBROOK ROAD
CC-2023-044 - 255 LAKE AVENUE
CC-2023-045 - ELM PARK
CC-2023-047 - 30 LAKESIDE AVENUE
CC-2023-049 - 1059 GRAFTON STREET
CC-2023-051 - 25 TOBIAS BOLAND WAY
CC-2023-052 - 355 GRANITE STREET
CC-2023-054 - 173 LAKE AVENUE N
CC-2023-055 - 265 LAKE AVENUE
Please note that a digital copy of all applications, plans and materials must be submitted as a PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refer to applicable instructions for additional details.
Please view the following important documents from the Conservation Commission:
One of the Conservation Commission's charges is to plan for natural resource protection, acquire important land and water areas and manage these properties for conservation and passive recreation purposes. The Worcester Conservation Commission has acquired a number of diverse open spaces in recent years including the Crow Hill Conservation Area and Donker Farm.
There are many helpful resources available for free from FEMA to help understand and prevent losses to property. Click on the link below to expand and view a list of such resources.
For information on all city permits, licenses and fees, visit Permit Center