Environmental Board

The Environmental Board addresses environmental issues that may include environmental pollution, solar orientation, water quality, air quality, use of pesticides and herbicides, transportation, water conservation, and recycling and solid waste.

The Environmental Board provides analysis and recommendation to the Town Board of Trustees (BOT) regarding environmental issues including coordinated development, the handling of issues within the Town and its environment which will, in accordance with present and future needs, best promote health, safety, order, convenience, prosperity, and the general welfare of the Town and its citizens.

Members of the Town of Carbondale Environmental Board and many citizen volunteers combine efforts to produce the annual Dandelion Day festival. 

Resolution No. 7 Series of 1998: Resolution Establishing the Carbondale Environmental Board

Environmental Board Member Application
2021 Idling policy
2017 Carbondale Climate & Energy Action Plan     
Love Em and Leave Em Trifold Brochure      
Vulnerability, Consequences, and Adaptation Planning Scenarios (VCAPS) Report, January 2019

Board Members
Hannah-Hunt Moeller, Chairperson
Fred Malo, Member
Quinn Donnelly, Member
Michael Port, Member
Jane Hendricks, Member
Carly O'Connell, Member
Morgan Gosda, Member
Patrick Hunter, Alternate
Zuleika Pevec, CLEER/GCE Representative 

Chris Hassig, Board of Trustee Liaison

Scott Wenning, Town Staff Liaison

If you have questions or would like to apply to be a member of the Environmental Board, please email kmcdonald@carbondaleco.net or 970-510-1248