​​Watershed Planning

A watershed plan is a tool to enhance the character of the watershed. It describes the watershed area’s resources, addresses social and environmental concerns, and identifies development and other activities that are most beneficial to the watershed as a whole. Watershed plan goals include:
  • Minimizing the amount of impervious surfaces.
  • Creating, preserving, protecting, and restoring ecologically sensitive areas important to watershed functions.
  • Preventing or reducing impacts to streams.
  • Avoiding or preventing detrimental effects from development.
  • Preserving and protecting trees and other vegetation, as well as soils.​

Campbell Creek Watershed Plan Coming 2025

Data is currently being collected on the Campbell Creek watershed.

Chester Creek Watershed Plan (2015)

​Read the Chester Creek Watershed Plan

Status Update: This plan was adopted by the Anchorage Assembly in 2015. New sections of this document address invasive species, fish passage, wildlife management, and includes an implementation section for achieving desired goals.​

Little Campbell Creek Watershed Plan (2007)​

​Read the Little Campbell Creek Watershed Plan

Status Update: This plan, approved by Anchorage Assembly in December 2007, is being updated. A group of agency and organization stakeholders hope to complete updates by spring 2013.

Visit the documents page to find other watershed related plans and documents.