Roselle Park will be adopting its first Environmental Resource Inventory (ERI), a comprehensive document of text, tables, maps and other visual information about the natural resource characteristics, environmentally significant features as well as manmade features, such as urban land cover, historic sites, transportation infrastructure and contaminated sites of Roselle Park. A presentation for Municipal Land Use Board members and the public will occur at the September 21, 2020 MLUB meeting at 7PM. Funded through a $10,000 grant from Sustainable Jersey and the PSEG Foundation with additional funding by the Borough of Roselle Park, members of the Green Team, Roselle Park Environmental Commission, and the Borough Historian selected The Land Conservancy of New Jersey (LCNJ) to assist the project team in completing the ERI which was finalized on September 8, 2020. The document will be used by the Municipal Land Use Board and Borough Council to inform community planning decisions and is mandated to be updated by the Roselle Park Environmental Commission every 5-10 years. Community members are encouraged to listen to the MLUB presentation, download the report from the borough website and ask questions about the wealth of local community information found in this document. If you have questions about the ERI or would like to get involved in environmental or green efforts in the community, please contact the Environmental Commission on Facebook at @RPEnvironmentalCommission or send an email to