Quincy Farm Committee

Quincy Farm Committee

The Quincy Farm Committee was established by City Council in 2015. The Committee is tasked to coordinate with the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Commission to understand the Conservation Easement, provide recommendations about the future of the property, and develop short- and long-term management plans for Quincy Farm. 

Upon recommendation from the Quincy Farm Committee, City Council voted on September 1st, 2020 that the City suspend all activities related to the Quincy Farm Master Plan and fully explore the opportunity of a potential transfer of Quincy Farm outlined in the letter of interest from the Anderson family. Therefore, Quincy Farm Committee meetings are suspended until further notice.

Natalie Anderson submitted a draft Management Plan for the farm for consideration at the October 20th City Council meeting. Before the City proceeds in exploring options, City Council is interested to hear from residents about their opinions regarding the future of Quincy Farm. A strategy for public outreach is being developed. Once it is finalized, the information will be posted on the City’s website and social media pages and included in the Village Crier. If you would like to sign up to receive emails about Quincy Farm updates, you can sign up at www.cherryhillsvillage.com/NotifyMe . Questions can also be sent to quincyfarm@cherryhillsvillage.com.

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  • Klasina VanderWerf, Acting Chair
  • Joel Sydlow
  • Gordon Rockafellow
  • Sally Scott
  • Dino Maniatis
  • Rebecca Benes

The Quincy Farm Committee was created by Resolution 10, Series 2015 (PDF) and amended by Resolution 12, Series 2015 (PDF) and Resolution 7, Series 2018 (PDF).


The City is always accepting applications. Please submit completed applications to City Clerk Laura Gillespie at lgillespie@cherryhillsvillage.com or mail to 2450 E. Quincy Avenue.