Do I need a wetlands permit for structures (like a shed) if it is in lawn area?

The construction of ancillary structures (such as decks and sheds) being built within lawfully existing lawn are exempt activities from the Wetlands Protection Act and Town Wetlands Protection Bylaw so long as the structures are located 50 feet or further away from the Wetlands Resource Area.

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1. Do I need a wetlands permit for structures (like a shed) if it is in lawn area?
2. Do I need a permit to remove a hazardous tree(s) in a Wetland Resource Area?
3. Does the Commission have a local wetlands bylaw?
4. When do I need to file for a permit with the Conservation Commission?
5. Why are wetlands protected?
6. How do I know if I have wetlands on my property?
7. How do I get a wetlands permit from the Commission?
8. Does the Town have an Open Space and Recreation Plan?
9. Am I allowed to walk my dog off-leash on Town property?
10. Where are the Town's conservation land & trails, and how can I get trail maps?
11. I would like to reserve Town land for an event, how do I get a permit?
12. Where can I hunt in Westborough?