COVID-19 Notice: Lowell City Hall and all city offices are closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Per Governor Baker's executive order to waive certain open meeting law requirements, the Conservation Commission is meeting virtually using the GoToMeeting platform. For the ways to access specific meetings, please visit the agenda center or the Conservation Commission projects page.
If you have any questions about current projects under review, please contact Francesca Cigliano (firstname.lastname@example.org / 978-674-1424).
- 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month
- 7 p.m.
- City Hall Council Chambers
- View LTC (Lowell Telecommunications Corporation) public meeting recordings
- 2021 Meeting Schedule
375 Merrimack Street
Lowell, MA 01852
Agendas & MinutesAgendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View the most recent agendas and minutes.
The Conservation Commission is responsible for overseeing the protection of wetlands, riverbanks, and wildlife as defined by the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act and City Wetlands Ordinance (Ch. 280, Sec. 1-13).
Projects either directly in a resource area (ex. floodplain) or within a certain distance of a resource area (ex. within 100 feet of wetlands) can be subject to Commission review. The level of review from the Commission generally varies upon the size and scale of the proposed project, as well as the affected resource area.
For more information on the Planning Board and possible projects involving the Conservation Commission, please feel free to review:
- Projects currently under review
- Rules, regulations, and statues and ordinances of the Planning Board
|Title||Member Name||Term Exp. Date|
|Vice Chair||Bradley Buitenhuys||07/10/2021|
|Member||William Lovely, Jr.||03/10/2023|