Environment

 

Restoration Plan for Oak Creek Watershed

The Oak Creek watershed restoration plan is a second-level plan developed in the context of the 2007 regional water quality management plan update for the Greater Milwaukee watersheds. The plan provides specific, targeted recommendations to address four major focus areas: water quality, recreational use and access, habitat conditions, and flooding. In addition, the Mill Pond and dam located on Milwaukee County parkland within the City of South Milwaukee was evaluated using the plan focus areas. The plan is designed to address the nine key elements for watershed plans identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

 
 
 

If you have any questions,
please contact: 

Laura Kletti Herrick
SEWRPC Chief Environmental Engineer
262-953-3224
lherrick@sewrpc.org

 

 

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Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission

 

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