Open Space Advisory Committee

About the Commission

The Environmental Commission of Camden County was established on April 18,1991 by resolution of the Camden County Board of Commissioners, in response to the controversy surrounding the construction of the County’s trash-to-steam plant in Camden City. A thirty member commission of private citizens from various walks of life was appointed to take a comprehensive look at the environmental issues facing Camden County and report their findings to the Commissioner Board.

As an advisory body to the Commissioner Board, the Commission is charged with informing the Commissioners on environmental issues affecting the County and its residents. This information can be the result of a direct request of the Board or by the Commission’s own initiative.

In addition, the Commission plays a role in informing and educating the citizens of Camden County about environmental issues that affect their lives. In fulfilling this role, the Commission has developed various informational materials and programs and has sponsored projects that serve to enhance the quality of Camden County’s environment.

 

Meeting Schedule

Meetings are held at 7 PM on the last Thursday of the month. The Camden County Open Space Advisory Committee’s monthly meetings will be virtual until further notice. The next Open Space Advisory Committee meeting will be held on Thursday, April 28, 2022
 
Updated Meeting Information:
 

CAMDEN COUNTY OPEN SPACE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING:
Thursday, April 28, 2022 – 7 PM

 Meeting Location:

Camden County Parks Department
1301 Park Boulevard, Cherry Hill

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Or call in (audio only)
+1 856-338-7068 Phone Conference ID: 901 469 786#

 
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