Conservation Commission Meetings
The City of Framingham Provides Guidance to Slow the Spread of COVID-19
Framingham – The City is following the safety recommendations as outlined in the State of Emergency declaration by Governor Charlie Baker, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
City operations, including regular and internal business, as well as mandated public hearings, Council, Board and Commission meetings, will continue for now. We will monitor the situation and make adjustments as required.
The City understands that residents, who are vulnerable to COVID-19, may be reluctant to attend meetings in person. Framingham has created an email address to allow people to make public comment.
We encourage the public to send emails for public comment to email@example.com. In the subject line of the email, denote the name of the public hearing, Council, Board or Commission meeting that should receive the comment. Please send your comment at least two hours before the posted start time of the meeting.
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The Commission usually holds meetings twice each month, on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, starting at 7 p.m. in the Blumer Community Room in the basement of City Hall. Time and place are subject to change, and interested members of the public should call 508-532-5460 to confirm time and location of meetings. Conservation Commission meetings are open to the public, except if the commission is in executive session.
Meetings always begin with administrative items (such as the approval of minutes and the signing of documents.) Meetings then address wetland permit applications, informal discussions of pending wetland applications, wetland violations, land management, and public education issues with which the Commission is involved.
To view agendas and minutes for specific dates, as well as information for other boards and committees, go to the Meeting Portal.