With the snows gone, the DPW was able to clear the boardwalk of invasive plants, making way for residents and visitors to Reedy Meadow.... more ››
The Lynnfield Tree Committee has published its Spring 2019 Newsletter, which was made available to all residents in their Spring tax bills... more ››
On March 22, Conservation Commissioners Don Gentile and Bill Thompson, and Director of Planning & Conservation Emilie Cademartori ... more ››
Patty Fabbri, Chair of the Pesticide Awareness Committee and organizer of the March 20 "Secrets to a Healthy Lawn" workshop, was thrilled... more ››
Lynnfield’s Planning & Conservation and Cultural Council participate in Essex County-wide Arts & Culture Planning Lab!
Representatives from Lynnfield Planning & Conservation and the Lynnfield Cultural Council participated in an Essex County-wide Arts... more ››
In November 2018, Conservation staff began a new notification and tracking system for Lynnfield property owners having stormwater... more ››
In January, the Board of Selectmen formed a new Recycling Advisory Committee. This new group will consist of five citizens appointed by the... more ››
Learn how to protect your family from pesticides’ health risks and develop a plan for natural lawn care on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. At 7... more ››
Emilie Cademartori, Director of Lynnfield Planning & Conservation happily accepts the new office counter from the DPW’s John Leonard (... more ››
The ConCom has named a Pillings Pond Task Force for 2019. The sub-group was formed as a targeted way for the Commission to address several... more ››
Lynnfield ConCom has recently purchased an important land parcel at 70 Walnut Street. The site of the historically significant former Gerry... more ››
The Beaver Dam Brook Culvert Removal project is now complete.
Lynnfield’s Planning & Conservation Department joins MAPC sub-region in exploring the creation of an “Arts & Cultural Trail”!
Lynnfield’s Planning & Conservation Department has accepted an invitation to explore establishment of a regional arts & cultural “... more ››
The Conservation Commission kicks off 2019 with its Recommended Shade Tree Planting List for residents and businesses. The list... more ››
In its October, 2018 Board meeting, ConCom Chairman Paul Martindale proposed that commissioners meet regularly to walk the town’s... more ››
During the holidays, many people use live plants to decorate homes or businesses. Avoid using invasive plants such as Bittersweet (... more ››
Work has restarted on the removal of the Beaver Dam Brook culvert. Originally scheduled for the end of summer, higher than expected water... more ››
You may want to think about your leaves differently this fall.
Get your camera ready to discover a special Lynnfield tree with a photograph and win a prize!
The Board of Selectmen unanimously approved an overhaul of the planning and conservation departments recently.