The new and improved Notice of Intent (NOI), Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation (ANRAD), Order of Conditions (OOC), and Order of Resource Area Delineation (ORAD) are NOW available online through eDEP: eDEP Online Filing .
You will find that our improved wetland forms will have a number of helpful and time-saving features that should make your work easier and faster. We strongly encourage all users to begin filing electronically. If you experience any problems as you use these forms, please let us know by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will continue to regularly refine these forms as our resources allow.
Detailed Instructions for completing the Notice of Intent and Order of Conditions are provided here to guide you step-by-step through each of these forms. Just click on the links below to access these instructions.
Wetlands Protection Act: Notice of Intent file size 6MB
Order of Conditions file size 4MB file size 3MB
Note: MassDEP is in the process of completing instructions for the Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation (ANRAD) and Order of Resource Area Delineation (ORAD). The instructions for these forms will also be available at this site when they are complete.
If you have any questions regarding these forms, contact your regional Wetlands Circuit Rider or the Circuit Rider Coordinator below. Circuit riders will also be available, by appointment,to provide group training sessions. For additional Wetlands Circuit Rider technical assistance services, see: Wetlands Circuit Riders .
Circuit Rider Coordinator
Alice Smith (Alice.Smith@state.ma.us), telephone: 617-292-5854
Regional Wetlands Circuit Riders
Northeast Region: Pam Merrill (Pamela.Merrill@state.ma.us), telephone: 978-694-3249
Southeast Region: Christine Odiaga (Christine.Odiaga@state.ma.us), telephone: 508-946-2836
Central Region: Alice Smith (Alice.Smith@state.ma.us), telephone: 617-292-5854
Western Region: Mark Stinson (Mark.Stinson@state.ma.us), telephone: 413-755-2257
MassDEP appreciates your effort in helping us move forward to a greener future.