Conservation Commission


  • 7:30 p.m.
  • 3rd Thursday of each month
  • Woodbridge Town Hall
    11 Meetinghouse Lane
    Woodbridge, CT 06525

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

July 16 2020 meeting materials:


  • Sharon deKadt
    Term expires: June 2023
  • Vacant
    Term expires: June 2023
  • Kate Rozen
    Term expires: June 2023
  • Leland Torrence
    Term expires: June 2023

  •  Traci Cipriano
    Term expires: June 2021
  •  Frank DeLeo
    Term expires: June 2021
  • Jason Morrill
    Term expires: June 2021


Per state statute and town charter, the Conservation Commission makes recommendations to the Board of Selectmen about the preservation, development and conservation of natural resources, including water resources, within the town of Woodbridge.

Mission Statement

The Woodbridge Conservation Commission is guided by the town's Plan of Conservation and Development (PDF) and Open Space Plan (PDF), and a belief that human activity must be in harmony with the elements of nature: air, water, land and other natural resources. We need to protect and actively manage our natural resources. It is our belief that open space helps to preserve the livability of our community. It is imperative that any development be balanced with the creation of open space.


Our focus is to preserve the character our town, the small town atmosphere, to plan for its physical landscape, to protect the water, wildlife, vegetation, environment and quality of life for our citizens. We must be vigilant so that we can ensure, for future generations, the existence of undeveloped spaces that will provide recreation and leisure-time activities for all residents.

Trail Maps

Access the trail maps and brochures for the many trails of the Woodbridge area.

View the Trail Handbook for volunteers.

Open Space Plan - 2017

Access the 2017 update of the Open Space Plan for the Woodbridge.

Guidelines for Preserving Open Space - 1978

Access the Draft Report dated December 12, 1978 prepared by the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Science.