First formed in March 1991, the Killingly Conservation Commission is a municipal board comprised of seven (five regular members, two alternates) citizen volunteers. By state statute, one of the Commission’s duties is to identify and inventory Killingly’s natural resources, including land features, water bodies, and biotic resources. In short, the Commission wants to identify the features and resources that add to Killingly’s “quality of life” and “rural character” and make Killingly unique from every other town. The inventory is then used as an addendum to the Plan of Conservation and Development.
The Commission needs your help! Existing maps provide only so much information. What areas of Killingly do you consider the most beautiful? Where are the waterfalls, caves, largest trees, unusual wildflowers, scenic views, etc. that are a part of Killingly’s Natural Heritage?
Where have Native American artifacts been found and where are the quarries, burial grounds, mill ruins, cellar holes, etc. that are a part of Killingly’s Cultural Heritage?
If you have any information helpful to the Commission, please complete the following questionnaire and return it as soon as possible to:
Killingly Conservation Commission
Town of Killingly
PO Box 6000
Danielson, CT 06239
Please direct any questions to:
Eric Rumsey, Planner 1
Killingly Town Hall, 172 Main Street, Danielson, CT
Email: Click here to contact by email.
8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday - Friday, excluding holidays.
Thank you for your assistance,
The Killingly Conservation Commission