Aiding NH Lakes in their Lake Host Program to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.
Participating in volunteer events such as the annual Granite United Way Day of Caring.
Educating the public on various environmental issues faced by the community.
Performing VRAP/VLAP water testing on the Paugus Bay, Lake Opechee, and Lake WInnisquam water bodies, and their tributaries in the City. For more information, click here.
Reviewing NHDES Wetlands applications that come before the commission for expedited review.
Conservation Easement Acquisition: The Commission is actively pursuing the acquisition of sensitive lands within the City in order to preserve them as conservation easements. To see a list of current City conservation lands and easements, click here.
Conservation Easement Monitoring: The City currently has 7 conservation easements and 5 City-owned conservation lands, and monitors these easements annually to assure compliance with all conditions set fourth within the Easement deed. More information on easement monitoring can be found here.