Conservation Commission

**Starting June 15, 2021, meetings will NO LONGER be held via Zoom, and instead will be held in person at City Hall**

 Regular Meetings - 

  • 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month

See Calendar events at bottom of page for upcoming meeting details.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available a minimum of 48 hours prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


  • Missy Riley, Chairman
  • Bruce Hagerman, Vice Chairman
  • Kathi Gariepy, Acting Secretary
  • Brian Hatch
  • Rose Miconi
  • Bonnie Moore
  • Vacant

About the Commission

The Attleboro Conservation Commission is composed of 7 volunteer members, appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Municipal Council. The Commission was established to promote and protect Attleboro's diverse natural resources, and to provide permitting review for projects proposed within, or nearby wetlands as dictated by the City's Local Wetlands Ordinance and Stormwater Management Ordinance, as well as the Wetlands Protection Act. The best way to reach the Commission members is through the Department of Planning and Development.

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City of Attleboro GIS

Locate parcels by address, parcel ID, or owner.  Review assessing information, zoning districts, flood plain, wetlands, and more.

All upcoming public meetings will be held remotely via Zoom.  Access links for each meeting can be found by clicking the calendar event of interest below.
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