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Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
 
Conservation Commission
Contact TypeContact Information
Contact:
Conservation Officer/ Assistant Planner
Address:
26 Central Street
Suite 12
West Springfield, MA 01089-2783
Phone:
413 263-3072
Fax:
413 736-4414
Hours:
Monday -- Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Voice mail changed daily indicating the days schedule 413-263-3072
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Members
Term Expires
Office
Vacant
1/1/2014
 
Paul Breveleri
1/1/2014
Vice-Chair
Maryellen Hammond
1/1/2014
Chair
Melissa Hensen
2/6/2015
 
Virginia Danforth
1/1/2013
 
Deena Maniscalchi
2/6/2015
Secretary
Vacant
 
 
Mapping Resources
Project Applications
Projects Under Review
Application Type
Address
RDA
134 Capital Drive
RDA
111 Clayton Drive
RDA
126 High Meadow Drive
RDA
East side of Belknap Avenue
RDA
387 Riverdale Street
NOI
350 Kings Highway
RDA
Between Route 5 and I-91
RDA
Various locations
NOI
1333 Westfield Street
NOI
End Ferry Avenue
RDA
123 Sikes Avenue
Orders and Decisions
Decision Type
Address
Determinations and Superseding Determination
1305 Memorial Avenue
Negative Determination of Applicability
46 Northwood Avenue
Order of Conditions
South Side Piper Road
Amended Order of Conditions
Linear Project
Amended Order of Conditions
1375 Elm Street
Determination of Applicability
Bear Hole Watershed
Positive Determination
One Front Street
Positive Determination
344 Ely Avenue
Negative Determination
539 Riverdale Street
330-308, Order of Conditions
 
Negative Determination
South Side of Summit Street
Negative Determination
651-657 Riverdale Street
Special Flood Hazard Information
New Flood Hazard Maps to be adopted by July 16, 2013
Answers to Qustions about NFIP


Assisted by a full-time Conservation Officer, the Conservation Commission
is a volunteer group of 7 West Springfield citizens specifically charged
with the protection of wetlands and related resource areas.  All projects that fall
within the jurisdiction of the Conservation Commission are reviewed by the
Commission to ensure that impact to any resource area is minimized.  The
public is encouraged to contact the Commission Officer to determine
whether their project, regardless of size, is subject to the jurisdiction
of the Conservation Commission.