The Inland Wetlands Commission was established to conserve, protect, supervise, and regulate the wetlands and watercourses within the Town of Wilton. The Commission is comprised of seven members who serve in three year terms.
The Environmental Affairs Department is responsible for administering the Inland Wetlands and Watercourse Regulations for the Town. The Department reviews applications on all land use projects within wetlands, and watercourses within the regulated areas adjacent to them (100 ft.). The Department also pursues violations and the corresponding corrective action.
**During the COVID-19 Pandemic, please follow the following additional steps when submitting an Application to the Office of the Commission: Once you have completed the application and gathered the required supporting materials you can drop it of along with the required copies and the check made out to “Town of Wilton” in the Dropbox located in the Town Hall Annex vestibule. You will also need to scan all of the documents and check and submit them electronically to these emails [email protected] and [email protected] . Once we have the completed application we will notify you once we schedule a public meeting for this application.
- Inland Wetland and Watercourse Regulations
- Inland Wetland Permit Application Process
- Fee Schedule (Effective January 20, 2016)
For Definitions of the Activity levels defined above, see Inland Wetlands and Watercourse Regulations, Section 2.1.z.