Conservation Commission

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Hours of Operation

Non-meeting weeks

Monday: 9:00am-2:00pm

Tuesday: 9:00am-2:00pm

Wednesday: 9:00am-2:00pm

Thursday: 9:00am-1:00pm

Friday: Closed 

Meeting weeks

Monday: 9:00am-1:00pm

Tuesday: 9:00am-1:00pm

Wednesday: 9:00am-1:00pm

Thursday: 9:00am-1:00pm

Friday: Closed 

Site Visit times:

Site visits can be scheduled Tuesdays between 7:00am-9:00am and Wednesdays between 4pm-6pm. Please contact the office at or 781-314-3846 to schedule. Emergency site visits can be arranged as needed. 

2014 Meeting Dates

Meetings begin at 7:00pm

November 6 (PMR)

November 20 (PMR)

December 4 (PMR)

December 18 (PMR)

2015 Meeting Dates

January 8 (PMR)

January 22 (PMR)

February 12 (PMR)

February 26 (PMR)

March 12 (PMR)

March 26 (PMR)

April 9 (PMR)

April 23 (PMR)

May 14 (PMR)

May 28 (PMR)

June 11 (PMR)

June 25 (PMR)

July 23 (PMR)

August 13 (PMR)

September 10 (PMR)

September 24 (PMR)

October 8 (PMR)

October 22 (PMR)

November 12 (PMR)

November 19 (PMR)

December 10 (PMR)

December 17 (PMR)


Meeting Information

When: Thursday evenings on the dates shown in the Meeting Schedule
Where: Arthur J. Clark Government Center, 119 School Street, Waltham, see schedule for room location
Time: 7:00 PM






Waltham Conservation Commission
119 School Street, Lower Level
Waltham, MA 02451
United States

The Waltham Conservation Commission is an appointed board of 7 local residents whose primary charter is to protect the city’s natural resources in a regulatory and advisory manner. The Commission is responsible for administering the Massachusetts Wetland Protection Act (Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 131, section 40). All projects in the city that are within 100 feet of wetlands (marshes, wet meadows, bogs, intermittent streams, vernal pools, etc.) or 200 feet from rivers and perennial streams must come before the Commission for formal review.

The Commission is also concerned with environmental planning, accepting gifts of land and money for conservation purposes, acquiring grant money for town acquisition of open space and advising other city boards on environmental concerns. Of special interest to the Waltham Commission are the Charles River, Cambridge Reservoir, and Hardy Pond, as well as other major wetlands throughout the city. The Commission also maintains jurisdiction over the Storer Conservation Land.

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Board Members

Name Title
William Doyle, P.E. LEED AP Chairman
Philip Moser Vice Chairman
Julie Toole Office Assistant
Gerard Dufromont Member
Bradley Baker Member
Tali Gill-Austern Member
Mike Donovan Member
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