Due to the ongoing COVID-19 health emergency, the State of New Jersey
has instituted mandatory furloughs for its employees. The New Jersey Department of Agriculture provides various coordination
and oversight services to New Jersey's Soil Conservation Districts, including those of overseeing engineering activities performed
by Districts as part of the Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Program, N.J.S.A. 4:24- 39 et seq.
the time periods of July 13-17 and July 20-24, Department engineering staff will not be available to provide responsible charge
oversight to soil conservation districts. During that period, District staff will be limited to non-engineering related duties
associated with the Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Program. This may result in delays in processing erosion control
application reviews or certain types of site inspections.Please contact the District for further information.
At this time the
Upper Delaware Conservation District's office is Closed to the public. Staff hours are also limited
due to Governor Murphy's Executive Order. Please feel free to contact us at 908-852-2579 or by
email at smyers@upperdealawarescd-nj .com
As of July 1,
2020 the Warren and Sussex County Soil Conservation Districts will be merging to form the Upper Delaware Conservation District.
Please refer to www.upperdelawarescd-nj.com for any forms and fee schedule.
staff currently serving Sussex and Warren Counties will remain the same and can be reached at 224 W. Stiger St., Hackettstown,
NJ 07840 and via telephone at 908-852-2579. The District Manager will continue to be Sandra Myers and she can be reached at