Environmental Commission
Township of Hazlet

Environmental Commission
1766 Union Avenue
Hazlet, NJ 07730

 

Phone: (732) 264-1700 extension 8694

Fax: (732) 264-0659

The mission of the Hazlet Environmental Commission is the preservation and protection of our natural resources to ensure a better quality of living for our generation and those to come. Our special commitment is to the care and nurturing of Natco Park.

 

Environmental Commission

Minutes
Agendas

 

 

EVERY DROP COUNTS!
 
New Jersey has had some heavy rains this summer so our thoughts may not be turning to water conservation. However, since water is a precious natural resource, it's always  a good time to conserve!  The site below provides many useful tips to help you save water both inside and outside your home.  
 
 
Be a water saver and remember- EVERY DROP COUNTS!
 
All are welcome to attend the monthly meetings of the Hazlet Environmental Commission.
 

Meetings are held the first Monday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Hazlet Municipal Building.


From the Hazlet Environmental  Commission
 
The Zika virus has been in the news.  The virus is transmitted through a bite from an infected mosquito. Not all mosquitoes can transmit Zika virus or any mosquito-borne disease. There are many factors that make the transmission of Zika unlikely in our area.  However, being vigilant about controlling mosquito growth is good practice at all times.
To find out what you can do - with little time, effort or cost- go to the following Web site for more information.
 
 
To learn more about the health aspect of Zika virus, visit the following Web site or call 1-800-962-1253.
 

 

The Hazlet Environmental Commission

The Hazlet Environmental Commission is looking for volunteers to assist in our events! Are you ready to help improve our Town and our Environment? Join us!

 

Download the Natco Park Booklet by clicking this link or booklet icon.


Meetings are held the first Monday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Hazlet Municipal Building.

Our mission is the preservation and protection of our natural resources to ensure a better quality of living
for our generation and those to come. Our special commitment is to the care and nurturing of Natco Park.

Natco Park has been cited by the Audubon Society and the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens for its
extraordinary collection of plants and wildlife. Click here to download a brochure and map

Events:
Nature walks with a knowledgeable environmental guide are available by request and open to scout
and other groups as well as the general public. Please call to make appointments.

Composting demonstrations and information available.

Volunteers/Guests are welcome to attend our meetings and events.

                                               


Hazlet Environmental Commissioners:
 

Chairman: Chris Cullen 2017-2019
Vice Chair: Barbara Lejda  2017-2019
Commissioners:  
Ron Dente 2016-2018
Eugene Geer 2016-2018
Rosemary Mazza 2015-2017
Scott Nicholl 2015-2017
Margaret Casagrande  2017-2019
Alternate Commissioners:  
Nothstein – Alt #1 2017-2019
Vincent Kirchdoerffer – Alt #2 2015-2017
Beth Christopher - Secretary  
Township Comm. Liaison  
Mayor Sue Kiley  
Deputy Mayor Scott Aagre    

 


2017 Meeting Dates:

Meetings are the first Monday of the Month   *Second Monday of the Month 

7:30pm Hazlet Town Hall 1766 Union Ave.

  • January 9
  • February 6
  • March 6
  • April  3
  • May 1
  • *June 12
  • *July - no meeting
  • August 7
  • *September 11
  • October 2
  • November 13
  • December 4
  • January 8, 2018 - Reorganization Meeting
Calendar of events for 2017: 
Clean up @ Natco Park (Gramercy Entrance) Date TBA
Earth Day/  Ribbon cutting at Middle Rd. Entrance to Natco Park April 22nd/rd 23rd
Clean up @ Stone Road May, Rain date -meet at U.B.soccer fields
Spring Nature Walk in Natco Park – May? TBA 
Memorial Day Service @ Veterans Park May - 10am
Hazlet Day @ Veterans Park – September 16th-11am
Fall Nature Walk and cleanup in Natco Park- behind The Gramercy - TBA      
Holiday Tree Decoration in Natco Park- -TBA