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Wetlands Bylaw Regulation Amendment 170925
See new Enforcement Section 11.5  
October 4, 2017
Wetlands Bylaw Regulation Amendment 170925
 
October 4, 2017
15703 ENF Sudbury Hudson transmission reliability Project with comments final
 
August 2, 2017
IntermittentPerennialTMNL
 
July 25, 2017
DIDYOUKNOWVernal Pools
 
July 12, 2017
GypsyMoth
 
June 26, 2017
NOTICEOFINTENTFORM3
 
June 12, 2017
RDAFORM1
 
June 12, 2017
SUDBURYBROCHUREFINAL
 
June 5, 2017
4 Maynard_53017
 
June 1, 2017
Stormwater Report Highcrest Final Compiled
 
June 1, 2017
NOI-Pulte-Sudbury-13125.08
 
June 1, 2017
13125.08-Highcrest at Meadow walk Final-Planset-2017-04-26-Stamped certified
 
June 1, 2017
2017SpringWalks (004) (002)
 
April 25, 2017
Wetland Scientists
 
April 8, 2017 Conservation Commission
Conservation Office
SCC Statment of MF Tree Clearing
 
January 17, 2017
Native Planting List
This is a list compiled by the Conservation Dept. of Native Plants in Middlesex County, it is not all inclusive but acts as a strong giude for residents when planting. For further clarification, contact the Conservation Department. 978 440 5472.  
September 28, 2016 Conservation Office
POSTConservation Meeting Protocol
 
August 18, 2016
Drought Watch
 
July 12, 2016
Temporary Office Hours – April 19-28 2016
 
April 13, 2016
Sudbury Letter to Eversource – March 15, 2016
 
March 17, 2016 Spotlight News - Eversource Transmission Lines
Native Plant list 2016
 
March 8, 2016 Conservation Commission
Conservation Office
Article on Sudbury’s Natural Heritage: Vernal Pools
Read all about Vernal Pools and how they effect homeowners.  
March 7, 2016 Conservation Office
Preserving Sudbury’s Natural Heritage-Brochure
 
March 7, 2016
ARTICLE XXII WETLANDS ADMINISTRATION
 
February 17, 2016
Article XXII Wetlands Administration Bylaw
The purpose of this bylaw is to maintain the quality of surface water, the quality and level of the ground water table and water recharge areas for existing, or potential water supplies; to protect the public health and safety; to protect persons and property against the hazards of flood water inundation; to protect the community against the costs which may be incurred when unsuitable development occurs in wetland resource areas; and to provide for the reasonable protection and conservation of certain irreplaceable natural features, resources and amenities for the benefit and welfare of the present and future inhabitants of the Town of Sudbury. Accordingly, this bylaw protects the wetlands, related water resources, and certain adjoining land areas in the Town by providing for prior review and control of activities deemed to have a significant or cumulative adverse effect upon wetlands values, including but not limited to the following: protection of public and private water supply, protection of ground water, flood control, erosion and sedimentation control, storm damage prevention, avoidance of water and soil pollution, protection of fisheries, wildlife habitat, rare species habitat including rare plant species, agriculture, aqua culture, and recreation values, deemed important to the community (collectively, the "wetlands values protected by this bylaw".) This bylaw is intended to utilize the Home Rule authority of this municipality to protect additional resource areas, for additional values, with additional standards and procedures to augment those of the Wetlands Protection Act, G.L. Ch. 131, §40 and Regulations thereunder, 310 CMR 10.00.  
February 17, 2016 Bylaws
Conservation Commission
Conservation Office
Scavenger-Hunt-2-Read-Only
 
February 1, 2016 Brochure
Scavenger Hunt
 
February 1, 2016
Winter Wildlife Tips
 
December 16, 2015
COAL TAR SEALANTS-NEWSLETTER
 
December 3, 2015
SWEET Fundraiser
 
November 23, 2015
Notice of Responsibility letter
 
October 14, 2015
Blue Green Algae – Frequently Asked Questions
 
July 10, 2015 Board of Health
Ponds and Waterways
Conservation Differences Article
 
June 29, 2015 Brochure
Conservation Office
Interested in Going on a Walk?
 
May 11, 2015 Conservation Office
Wetlands Mitigation Policy Presentation
 
May 7, 2015 Conservation Office
Presentation
An Important Message to Users of Conservation Lands
 
May 7, 2015 Brochure
Conservation Office
SWEET Flyer May 2015 Garlic Mustard Pull
 
April 22, 2015 Brochure
Press Release – What Is Stormwater and Why Does It Matters – June 2014
 
April 22, 2015 Conservation Office
Press Release
Press Release – Keeping Up With Stormwater Regulations – May 2012
 
April 22, 2015 Conservation Office
Press Release
2011 Sudbury Gardens Rules (Draft 2)
 
March 26, 2015
Weisblatt – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Pantry Brook Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Nobscot – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Lincoln Meadows – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
King Philip – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Hop Brook – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Haynes Meadow – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Frost Farm – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Davis Farm – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Barton Farm – Trail Map
 
July 9, 2013 Maps
Deer Hunting Regulations 2012
 
October 17, 2012 Conservation Office
Regulations
Johnson Farm MASS Department of Environmental Protection Comments
 
December 19, 2011 Conservation Office
Johnson Farm – Conservation Comm Consultant Comments Nov-14-2011
 
November 15, 2011 Conservation Office
Johnson Farm 11-14-2011 Memo-Limited Project and Alternatives Analysis
 
November 15, 2011 Conservation Office
Johnson Farm 40B Porous Pavement Report from Applicant
 
November 8, 2011 Conservation Office
Johnson Farm 40B Alternative Plans
 
October 6, 2011 Conservation Office
Johnson Farm 40B Wildlife Habitat Evaluation
 
October 6, 2011 Conservation Office
King Philips Woods, Piper, Libby, Dickson Forest Stewardship Plan
 
September 15, 2011 Conservation Office
Nobscot Forest Stewardship Plan
 
September 15, 2011 Conservation Office
Hop Brook Forest Stewardship Plan
 
September 15, 2011 Conservation Office
Wildlife Study #2 of Proposed Bruce Freeman Rail Trail
A comprehensive Wildlife Study was completed with private funding to augment the Call of the Wild Study done by the Town of Sudbury in 2009. This new Wildlife Study, done by internationally acclaimed wildlife expert, Sue Morse, details existing wildlife and habitats along the proposed trail and the impacts that are likely to occur with trail construction. Scientific literature is cited throughout the document.  
August 24, 2011 Rail Trail - Bruce Freeman
Conservation Commission
Wildlife Study #2 Map
This is the map prepared by Sue Morse to accompany the comprehensive Wildlife Study #2 of the proposed Bruce Freeman Rail Trail.  
August 17, 2011 Conservation Commission
Maps
2011 Annual Town Meeting – Article 33 (Fairbank Farm)
 
May 31, 2011 Town Meeting - Presentations
SWEET Naughty List
For the Holiday Season and Beyond add These Plants to Your "Naughty List"!  
December 21, 2010 Conservation Office
Plants – Don’t Pick Berries in the Winter
This season there are 3 Red Berries you SHOULD NOT be picking. Japanese barberry, Bittersweet, and Winterberry.  
December 8, 2010 Conservation Office
Hop Brook Conservation Land Forest Stewardship Plan
Read more to lean about the newly developed Forest Stewardship Plan for Hop Brook Conservation Area. This plan was created by Gary Gouldrup of New Enlgand Forestry Consultants and funded through the Department of Conservation and Recreation 2010 Forest Stewardship Grants.  
October 13, 2010 Conservation Office
SWEET Buckthorn Removal 10-1-10 Notice 2 for Town Website
NEW DATES ADDED

Dates: Friday, Oct. 15, 2010
Friday, Nov. 5 , 2010
Time: 9:30-12:30 and
Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010
Time: 10:00-2:00  

September 28, 2010 Conservation Office
Hop Brook’s Natural History
Read this minibook about Hop Brook's Natural History and learn something you may not have known about this natural resource you have in town!  
April 28, 2010 Conservation Office
2009 Land Use Policy
The Conservation Commission has adopted the following set of Rules and Regulations to help protect the Conservation Parcels in town. Pleas Read.  
April 27, 2010 Conservation Commission
Report Rare Critters
 
July 14, 2009 Conservation Office
Mass Wildlife’s Beavers and the Law
A Citizen's Guide to Addressing Beaver Conflicts  
April 14, 2009 Conservation Office
Stewardship Volunteer Application
 
March 25, 2009 Applications
Conservation Office
Forms
Sudbury Wetlands Administration Bylaw Regulations
April 1994 Sudbury's Town Meeting approved a Wetlands Administration Bylaw the purpose of this bylaw is to maintain the quality of surface water, ground water table and water recharge areas for existing, or potential water supplies; to protect the public health and safety; to protect persons and property against the hazards of flood water inundation; to protect the community against the costs which may be incurred when unsuitable development occurs in wetland resource areas; and to provide for the reasonable protection and conservation of certain irreplaceable natural features, resources and amenities for the benefit and welfare of the present and future inhabitants of the Town of Sudbury.  
December 9, 1999 Conservation Commission
Conservation Office
Rules and Regulations

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