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Conservation Commission


The Medford Conservation Commission is responsible for the administration of environmental laws and policies, open space protection and management, water management, and preservation of natural features of the environment. The Commission administers and enforces the following:

The Medford Conservation Commission is required to protect and preserve wetlands and their surrounding areas, as well as open space. The Conservation Commission consists of seven members, all of which are appointed by the Mayor. At monthly meetings, the commission members work to ensure that all construction and development projects (residential, industrial, and commercial) that may alter any wetlands, floodplains, rivers, streams, ponds, lakes and/or associated buffer zones or riverfront areas are in compliance with state and local regulations.


3 year term, not less than 3, not more than 7 members


Heidi Davis, 67 Madison Street, Chair, term expires 6/30/2025 - $650 stipend

Erik Rexford, Co-Chair, 15 Tontine Street, term expires 6/30/2026 - $600 stipend

Alexander Pancic, 12 Cushing Street - $600 stipend

Heather Champigny Anderson - $600 stipend

Craig Drennan, 218 Harvard Street, Apt. 1, term expires 6/30/2025 - $600 stipend

Caroline Smith, 104 Golden Avenue, term expires 6/30/2026 - $600 stipend

Jeremy Martin, 27 Charnwood Road, term expires 6/30/2027 - $600 stipend


Wetland Filing Guidelines

Room 308

Denis MacDougall
Environmental Agent (Staff)
Phone: 781-393-2480

$1,500 stipend

Monday: 8:30 - 4:30
Tuesday: 8:30 - 4:30 
Wednesday: 8:30 - 7:30
Thursday: 8:30 - 4:30
Friday: 8:30 - 12:30