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Inland Wetlands and Watercourses
Status and Trends

Pursuant to Section 22a-39(m) of the General Statutes of Connecticut, and Section 22a-39-14 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, municipal inland wetlands agencies must complete this reporting form for each action taken by such agency. Actions include but are not limited to: permit granted, permit denied, permit extended, approved map amendment, enforcement order, jurisdictional ruling, and agent approval of activity. See the reporting form instructions for complete list of actions.

Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Agency Reporting Form

The form and instructions are provided in two versions:
  1. a Microsoft Word version with drop-down menus that can be saved to a computer; or,
  2. a PDF version that must be printed and completed by hand.

Whichever version is used, please remember to mail completed forms for all actions taken during a calendar month no later than the 15th day of the following month to the DEEP's Inland Wetlands Management Program.

Content last updated on March 11, 2020.