Conservation District

4/3/2020 - Tree Seedling Sale Update

Due to COVID-19 and the stay at home restriction, the tree seedling sale is cancelled.  We will be contacting all customers who placed orders in the near future.

4/1/2020 - Office hours update

We are trying to maintain our normal office hours to allow the delivery and drop off of plans, mail, etc.  We recommend emailing or calling the office prior to coming to the office to ensure someone will be here to accept the plans/materials.

4/1/2020 - Tree Seedling Sale Update

Due to COVID-19 and the stay at home restriction, the tree seedling sale is cancelled.  More information and details will follow.

3/26/2020 - Tree Seedling Sale Update

With the ongoing concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic, the CCCD has suspended the annual tree seedling sale until Thursday, April 30 and Friday, May 1.  Actual pick up times will be decided at a later date.  If the Governor gives Cumberland County a stay at home directive, the sale will be cancelled.  We will keep our website updated if there are any other changes with the tree seedling sale.  Thank you for your understanding and stay safe.

3/18/2020 - In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Cumberland County Conservation District has begun implementing our mitigation plan.   Under this plan staff may come to the office on a limited basis and they will also work remotely from home.  They will have access to email and will respond if necessary.

The conservation district office is closed to the public until further notice.

The office is still receiving mail from the United States Postal Service and packages are being delivered from UPS, Fed Ex and other delivery services.

Please check the Cumberland County website for any updates www.ccpa.net

A revised E&S/PCSM Fee Schedule and Application became effective 1/1/2020.  The new document can be downloaded on the E&S/NPDES Program page.

Mission Statement

The Cumberland County Conservation District is a governmental agency that advocates the stewardship and protection of the natural resources of Cumberland County to sustain and improve the quality of life for its citizens.

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