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Narrative on watershed planning in St. Louis Metropolitan Region

Belews Creek

The Belews Creek watershed is a 26 square-mile area located in the central portion of Jefferson County. The City of Hillsboro is at its southeastern border and the Big River borders it to the northwest. Two large lake developments, Raintree Plantation and Lake Tishomingo, are in the watershed. The watershed is characterized by rugged hills, except along Belews Creek itself. The rugged portions of the area are occupied by either woodland or low-density residential development. Currently, there are about 5,300 land parcels with 1,600 houses in the watershed. The floodplain along Belews Creek is largely farmland. The watershed is lightly populated with much of the land still being used for agricultural purpose; however, it has pockets of high-density population around its man-made lakes.


Belews Creek headwaters was originally formed by a natural spring near the intersection of First Street and State Highway 21in Hillsboro at an elevation of about 720 feet above mean sea level and flows in a northwesterly direction for roughly 9 miles to the confluence with the Big River near the intersection of Three B’s Road and Highway BB. Belews Creek watershed spans 3 to 4 ½ miles in width and covers 16,500 acres.
Watershed Population – The population served by the Belews Creek watershed was 6,204 people as of the 2010 census.

Municipalities

Hillsborough, Jefferson County

Tributaries


Sand Creek, Lake Tishomingo, Gallagher Creek, and Autumn Lake

Planning

Watershed Plan: Belews Creek Watershed Partnership, Belews Creek Watershed Management Plan, November 2008


Partner Organizations: Belews Creek Watershed Partnership and Jefferson County Stormwater Management Division
http://www.jeffcomo.org/uploads/Stormwater/Manuals/FINAL%20Belews%20Creek%20Watershed%20Plan%2011-08.pdf
Big River

The Big River is a tributary of the Meramec River in east-central Missouri. The river rises in western Iron County, near the summit of Johnson Mountain and the locale of Enough; it flows through Washington County, Saint Francois County, and Jefferson County. It forms part of the boundary between Jefferson County and Saint Francois County and also part of the boundary between Jefferson County and Washington County. It empties into the Meramec River opposite Eureka, where the Meramec forms the border between Jefferson County and Saint Louis County. The river flows through Washington State Park, St. Francois State Park, and the Lead Belt mining district. The elevation of the river at its source is approximately 1,300 feet (400 m) above sea level and at its mouth about 400 feet (120 m). The length of the river is approximately 145 miles (233 km), while the airline distance between source and mouth is about 56 miles (90 km). Its watershed area is 955 square miles (2,470 km2).

Watershed Population – As of the 2010 census the population served by the Big River was 12,144 people.

Municipalities

The river flows though the communities of Belgrade, Caledonia, Irondale, Park Hills, Bonne Terre, Morse Mill, Cedar Hill, Byrnesville, and Byrnes Mill.

Tributaries


Tributaries of Big River include Flat River, Belews Creek, Turkey Creek, Mill Creek, Mineral Fork, Calico Creek, Dulin Creek, and Jones Creek.

Planning



Partner Organizations: Missouri Department of Conservation, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, US Fish and Wildlife Service.




Brush Creek

The Brush Creek watershed, 23,606 acres or 36.8 square miles, is located east central Franklin County with the remainder in southwest St. Louis County and northwest Jefferson County. Brush Creek, north of the Meramec River, and Winch Creek to the south are the major streams in this Watershed. There also are tributaries to these creeks and smaller streams and land areas, which drain directly to the Meramec River. Brush Creek enters the Meramec River at Pacific, 51 miles upstream of the confluence with the Mississippi River. Winch Creek enters the Meramec River at the Catawissa Conservation Area.


Watershed Population --As of the census of 2010, the population served by the Brush Creek watershed was 13,568 people.

Municipalities

Pacific

Tributaries of Meramec


Brush, Winch

Planning



Watershed Plan: East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Lower Meramec Watershed Plan, January 2012
Partner Organizations: Meramec River Tributary Alliance, Open Space Council of the St. Louis Region, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation, Metropolitan Sewer District, East-West Gateway
http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/lowermeramecwatershedplan-final.pdf

Dardenne Creek

The Dardenne Creek watershed occupies just over 150 square miles, and drains the runoff from almost 30% of St. Charles County. The main stem of Dardenne Creek originates in the east central portion of Warren County, but only about 1% of the watershed actually falls within Warren County. From there, Dardenne Creek flows generally to the east, and just downstream of Highway 40/61, it enters a reach that is straightened and channelized. Near Mid Rivers Mall Drive, the creek turns north and flows through Old Town St. Peters on its way to the Mississippi River. The lower end of Dardenne Creek and parts of four tributaries are lined by levees to protect the floodplain areas from Mississippi River backwater.


Watershed Population: As of the 2010 census, the population served by the Dardenne Creek watershed was 231,144 people.

Municipalities

The river flows though the communities of St. Charles, St. Peters, Cottleville, O’Fallon, Dardenne Prairie, Weldon Springs, Lake St. Louis, and Wentzville.

Tributaries


Tributaries of Dardenne.

Planning


Great Rivers Greenway District, Greenway Plan, Apr 2008
Partner Organizations: St. Charles County, St. Louis City, St. Louis County, Great Rivers Greenway
http://www.grgstl.org/Portals/0/Documents/Draft%20Dardenne%20Greenway%20Concept%20Plan.pdf

Deer Creek

The Deer Creek Watershed drains approximately 37 square miles (23,500 acres) of St. Louis County. Originating in the northwest in Creve Coeur near Highway 270 and Olive, Deer Creek flows in a southeasterly direction approximately 10.76 miles before it enters the River des Peres at Maplewood, near Highway 44 and McCausland.


Stakeholder concerns:
Areas of concern that were expressed during the citizen, community and technical meetings conducted, included issues related to stormwater best management practices; the need for watershed studies; industrial contamination; flooding; infrastructure damage; yard waste, trash and construction debris; stream bank erosion and sedimentation; downspout disconnection concerns; fertilizer and salt pollution; sink hole issues; tree loss; riparian corridor development; invasive species; animal waste; and the need for education and public awareness.
WATERSHED POPULATION: As of the 2010 census, the population served by the watershed was approximately 91,079 people.
LOCATION. --Lat 38°36'03.2", long 90°19'34.2" referenced to North American Datum of 1983, in T.45 N., R.6 E., St. Louis County, MO, Hydrologic Unit 07140101, on right downstream pier of Big Bend Road bridge, 0.44 mi north of Interstate 44, 4.35 mi east of U.S. 67 (Lindbergh Blvd.), and 0.63 mi upstream of River Des Peres Drainage Channel.
DRAINAGE AREA.--36.5 mi².
Municipalities

Brentwood, Clayton, Country Life Acres, Creve Coeur, Crystal Lake Park, Des Peres, Frontenac, Glendale, Huntleigh, Kirkwood, Ladue, Maplewood, Olivette, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, Shrewsbury, Town & Country, University City, Warson Woods, Webster Groves, Westwood.

Tributaries


Tributaries of Deer Creek, Twomile Creek, Sebago Creek, Shady Grove Creek, and Black Creek.

Planning


Watershed Plan: Deer Creek Watershed Alliance, Deer Creek Watershed Management Plan Summary, Apr 2011
Partner Organizations: Missouri Botanical Garden, Metropolitan Sewer District, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation, Cities in the watershed, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers
http://deercreekalliance.org/documents/plan/Deer_Creek_Watershed_Plan.pdf

Fishpot Creek

Fishpot Creek is a small stream that flows east and southeast into the Meramec River near St. Louis. Fishpot Creek flows through the Ozark Plateau in suburban St. Louis County with seven cities, as well as part of unincorporated St. Louis County bordering it.


WATERSHED POPULATION --As of the census of 2010, there were 38,916 people served by the Fishpot Creek sub-watershed.
Municipalities

Ballwin, Ellisville, Manchester, Twin Oaks, Valley Park, and Winchester.



Tributaries


Red Start, Larkhill, Boleyn, Bromfield, Holly Green, New Ballwin, Old Ballwin, Ferris Park, Towerwood, and Valley Park are the contributing tributaries in the Fishpot watershed.

Planning

Watershed Plan: East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Lower Meramec Watershed Plan, January 2012.


http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/lowermeramecwatershedplan-final.pdf
St. Louis County Soil and Water District, Fishpot Creek Watershed, February 2003.

http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/FishpotRpt.pdf
Partner Organizations: St. Louis County Soil and Water District, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation, Metropolitan Sewer District, Missouri Water, The Open Space Council


Fox Creek

The Fox Creek sub-watershed, 14,691 acres or 23 square miles in southwest St. Louis County with the remainder, adjacent to Little Fox Creek, in east central Franklin County. Fox Creek and Little Fox Creek are the major streams in this watershed. There also are tributaries to these creeks and land area in Eureka, which drains directly to the Meramec River. Fox Creek enters the Meramec River 44.4 miles upstream of the confluence with the Mississippi River.


WATERSHED POPULATION --As of the census of 2010, there were 4,493 people served by the Fox Creek sub-watershed.
Municipalities

Pacific, Wildwood, Eureka



Tributaries


Little Fox, Fox

Planning



Watershed Plan: East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Lower Meramec Watershed Plan, January 2012
Partner Organizations: Meramec River Tributary Alliance, Open Space Council of the St. Louis Region, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation, Metropolitan Sewer District, East-West Gateway
http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/lowermeramecwatershedplan-final.pdf

Grand Glaize Creek

Grand Glaize is a 46.7-mile-long (15.0 km) metropolitan river in St. Louis, MO. It is the backbone of sanitary and stormwater systems in the city of St. Louis and portions of St. Louis County. The majority of the watershed is in south central St. Louis County with a small portion in northern Jefferson County. Grand Glaize Creek and Fishpot Creek, north of the Meramec River, and Williams Creek to the south are the major streams in this

watershed. There also are tributaries to these creeks and smaller streams and land areas, which drain directly to the Meramec River. Grand Glaize Creek and Fishpot Creek enter the Meramec River at Valley Park, 20.1 and 22.1 miles, respectively, upstream of the confluence with the Mississippi River. Williams Creek flows into the Meramec upstream of the Highway 141 Bridge.
WATERSHED POPULATION --As of the census of 2010, there were 115,173 people served by the Grand Glaize Creek sub-watershed.
Latitude: 38.5533869, longitude: -90.4628982.

Municipalities

Ellisville, Ballwin, Chesterfield, Town & Country, Twin Oaks, Winchester, Manchester, Country Life Acres, Des Peres, Kirkwood, Fenton, Valley Park, and Parkdale.

Meramec River Tributaries


Fishpot, Grand Glaize, Williams

Planning

Watershed Plan: East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Lower Meramec Watershed Plan, January 2012


Partner Organizations: Meramec River Tributary Alliance, Open Space Council of the St. Louis Region, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation, Metropolitan Sewer District, East-West Gateway
http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/lowermeramecwatershedplan-final.pdf

Hamilton Creek

The Hamilton Creek watershed, 34,956 acres or 54.62 square miles, is in southern St. Louis County and the remainder is in north central Jefferson County. Hamilton, Carr, Flat, Forby and Kiefer Creeks are north of the Meramec River. Hamilton Creek is the largest watershed in the Lower Meramec Watershed. Carr Creek is a tributary of Hamilton Creek. Antire Creek is on the southern side of the Meramec River. There also are tributaries to these creeks and smaller streams and land areas, which drain directly to the Meramec River. Kiefer Creek enters the Meramec River in Castlewood State Park, 24 miles upstream of the confluence with the Mississippi River. Hamilton Creek enters the Meramec near the Glencoe area of Wildwood, 30 miles upstream. Flat Creek enters the Meramec in Eureka approximately 31 miles upstream. Antire Creek enters the Meramec River near Route 66 State Park.


WATERSHED POPULATION --As of the census of 2010, there were 31,901 people served by the Hamilton Creek watershed.
Municipalities

Wildwood, Eureka, Ellisville, Ballwin, Byrnes Mill, Peaceful Village



Tributaries


Hamilton, Carr, Forby, Flatt, Keifer, Antire, Little Antire

Planning



Watershed Plan: East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Lower Meramec Watershed Plan, January 2012
Planning Organizations: Missouri Coalition for the Environment, Meramec River Tributary Alliance, Open Space Council of the St. Louis Region, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation, Metropolitan Sewer District, East-West Gateway

http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/lowermeramecwatershedplan-final.pdf

Kaskaskia Basin

The Kaskaskia River watershed reaches nearly across the width of Illinois, laterally, and lies between southern and central Illinois horizontally. It extends in the northeast

(Champaign County) to the southwest (Randolph County). A Water Demand study conducted by Heartland Conservancy includes the entire counties of Christian, Shelby, Moultrie, Douglas, Coles, Cumberland, Montgomery, Bond, Fayette, Effingham, Jasper, Clinton, Marion, Clay, Richland, Washington, Wayne, and Randolph, and the parts of Macoupin, Madison, St. Clair and Monroe counties which are located within the Kaskaskia watershed.

The Kaskaskia Watershed Association, Inc. was a featured initiative in Cooperative Conservation America (http://www.cooperativeconservationamerica.org/viewproject.asp?pid=919)


DRAINAGE AREA: 5,750 mi2.
Watershed Population – As of the 2010 census the population served by the Kaskaskia Basin was 205,191 people.

Municipalities

The river flows though the counties of Christian, Shelby, Moultrie, Douglas, Coles, Cumberland, Montgomery, Bond, Fayette, Effingham, Jasper, Clinton, Marion, Clay, Richland, Washington, Wayne, Randolph, and the parts of Macoupin, Madison, St. Clair and Monroe.

Tributaries


Tributaries of Silver Creek

Planning

Watershed Plan: Kaskaskia Watershed Association, Kaskaskia Basin & Vicinity 2050 Water Supply Assessment and Recommendations, December 2012


Partner Organizations: Kaskaskia Watershed Association, Lower Kaskaskia Stakeholders, Carlyle Lake Association
https://www.heartlandsconservancy.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Comprehensive-Evaluation-and-Plan-for-the-Regional-Water-Supply-of-the-Kaskaskia-River-Basin-through-2050.pdf

Kiefer Creek

Kiefer Creek is located in the eastern part of the Hamilton Creek watershed and is a tributary to the Meramec River, one of the most biologically diverse, free-flowing, and healthy rivers in any urban area in the United States. Kiefer Creek is one of the last tributaries to the lower Meramec that retains its natural beauty and a relatively undeveloped watershed. The Kiefer Creek watershed contains more than a dozen springs, including two of the largest springs in St. Louis County: Kiefer Spring and Sontag Spring. Kiefer Creek enters the Meramec River in Castlewood State Park upstream of the confluence with the Mississippi River and has been described as a natural recreation resource cherished by the St. Louis community for over 100 years.


WATERSHED POPULATION --As of the census of 2010, there were 11,158 people served by the Kiefer Creek sub-watershed.
Municipalities

Ballwin, Ellisville, and Wilwood



Tributaries


Kiefer Spring and Sontag Spring, along with various unnamed streams.

Planning

Watershed Plan: East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Lower Meramec Watershed Plan, January 2012.


http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/lowermeramecwatershedplan-final.pdf
Partner Organizations: Missouri Coalition for the Environment, Metropolitan Sewer District, Missouri Water, The Open Space Council.

LaBarque Creek

The LaBarque Creek sub-watershed, 13,510 acres or 21.1 square miles, is located in the southwest part of the study area. This entire watershed is located in northwest Jefferson

County. LaBarque Creek and McFall Creek are the major streams in this watershed. There also are tributaries to these creeks and smaller streams and land areas, which drain

directly to the Meramec River. LaBarque Creek enters the Meramec River 41.9 miles upstream of the confluence with the Mississippi River. The LaBarque Creek sub-watershed has been the focus of a major watershed planning effort that involves the residents and local government along with agencies in developing strategies to protect this healthy stream. McFall Creek enters the Meramec near the Swiftwater Bend Access Point (approximately 45 miles from the mouth of the Meramec River).The watershed lies in northwest Jefferson County and consists of 8,365 acres, or 13 square miles. LaBarque, a 6.4 mile long fourth order stream, enters the Meramec River approximately 42 miles upstream from its mouth at the Mississippi.


WATERSHED POPULATION --As of the census of 2010, there were 3,217 people served by the LaBarque Creek sub-watershed.
LOCATION. --Lat 38°35'46", long 90°26'50",

Municipalities

Lake Tekakwitha

Tributaries


McFall, LaBarque

Planning

Watershed Plan: East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Lower Meramec Watershed Plan, January 2012.


http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/lowermeramecwatershedplan-final.pdf
Friends of LaBarque Creek Watershed, LaBarque Creek Watershed Conservation Plan, October 2009.
http://www.jeffcomo.org/uploads/Stormwater/Manuals/LaBarque%20Creek%20Watershed%20Conservation%20Plan%209-03-09%20kjm.pdf
Partner Organizations: East-West Gateway, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation, Metropolitan Sewer District, Missouri Water, The Open Space Council of the St. Louis Region, Friends of LaBarque Creek Watershed, Stream Team Association, Ozark Regional Land Trust, Shaw Nature Reserve, The College School, Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation, Conservation Federation of Missouri

Meramec Watershed

The Meramec River is one of the longest free-flowing rivers in the United States, covering 220 miles from its source in the Ozarks to the Mississippi River. The drainage basin for the Meramec is nearly 4,000 square miles of central and eastern Missouri and

includes the major tributaries of Courtois, Huzzah, Bourbeuse, and Big rivers. The Lower Meramec is that portion of the watershed from Sullivan, Missouri through the southern part of the St. Louis metropolitan area. The Lower Meramec is in the East-West Gateway planning region and is thus the focus of this summary.
Watershed Population – The Meramec Watershed serves 84,521 people as of the 2010 census.

Municipalities in the Lower Meramec


Pacific, Valley Park, Arnold, Eureka, Lake Tekakwitha, Wildwood, Ellisville, Ballwin, Byrnes Mill, Peaceful Village
Tributaries addressed in the East-West Gateway Plan

Brush, Fox and LaBarque, Hamilton and Kiefer, Grand Glaize and Fishpot


Planning
East West Gateway Council of Governments, Lower Meramec Watershed Plan, January 2012
http://www.ewgateway.org/lowermeramec/lowermeramecwatershedplan-final-Appendix.pdf
Partner Organizations: East-West Gateway, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation, Metropolitan Sewer District, Missouri American Water, The Open Space Council, Meramec River Tributary Alliance, and the Cities of Ballwin, Ellisville, Eureka, Des Peres, Kirkwood, Manchester, Pacific, Valley Park, Wildwood

Peruque Creek

The Peruque Creek Watershed drains portions of the municipalities of Wright City, Foristell, Wentzville, Lake Saint Louis, and O’Fallon as well as unincorporated areas of St. Charles and Warren counties. The Peruque Creek is 18.29 miles in length while the Peruque Creek Watershed is 35.13 mi2. The drainage basin is typical of a watershed under development and has a variety of urban and rural features.


Watershed Population – Peruque Creek watershed serves 17,290 people as of the 2010 census.

Municipalities

Wright City, Foristell, Wentzville, Lake St. Louis, and O’Fallon as well as unincorporated areas of St. Charles and Warren counties.

Tributaries


Sam’s Creek, North Fork Cuivre River, Lake St. Louis

Planning

Watershed Plan: Peruque Creek Watershed Study, May 2005


Partner Organizations: Peruque Creek Watershed Alliance, St. Charles County Soil, Water Conservation District
http://www.scchealth.org/docs/es/docs/water/Peruque%20Creek%20Watershed%20Management%20Plan%20(Water)_1.pdf

River des Peres Watershed


River des Peres is a 9.3-mile-long (15.0 km) metropolitan river in St. Louis, MO. It is the ackbone of sanitary and stormwater systems in the city of St. Louis and portions of St. Louis County. Its largest tributaries are Deer Creek and Gravois Creek. The River des Peres is channelized from its southernmost point - its confluence with the Mississippi - up to its "end pipes," just south of Forest Park. The end pipes re-emerge north of Forest Park. It is generally perceived as a degraded stream or river (depending on the portion in question). The River des Peres currently functions as a major element in the combined sewer and storm water management system of its watershed, which includes large portions of St. Louis City and County. It is currently operated by the St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District (METROPOLITAN SEWER DISTRICT) with that function as its highest priority.
WATERSHED POPULATION --As of the census of 2010, there were 160,160 people.
Municipalities

Bel-Nor, Bella Villa, Brentwood, Clayton, Country Life Acres, Crestwood, Creve Coeur, Crystal Lake Park, Des Peres, Frontenac, Glendale, Glen Echo, Green Park, Hanley Hills, Hillsdale, Ladue, Lakeshire, Mackensie, Marlborough, Normandy, Oakland, Olivette, Overland ,Pagedale, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, Shrewsbury, St. George, St. Louis, Town & Country, Vinita Park, Warson Woods, Webster Groves, Wellston, Westwood, and University City.

Tributaries


Deer Creek and Gravois Creek

Planning: River des Peres Watershed Coalition

Partner Organizations: Deer Creek Watershed Alliance, Missouri Botanical Garden, Beyond Housing, City of Maplewood, City of University City, Great Rivers Greenway District, Metropolitan Sewer District, River Kids



Sandy Creek

The headwaters of the Sandy Creek Watershed are southwest of Jefferson College near

new Highway 21in Hillsboro and run easterly to the mouth at the Mississippi River in

Herculaneum. This watershed includes 28,884 acres and covers 45.2 square miles. The

main channel of this stream order 4 runs 15.5 miles and converges with Joachim Creek

for another 3.3 miles before entering the Mississippi River. A large tributary to Sandy

Creek called Big Creek runs south to north about 3.9 miles. Portions of the cities of

Pevely (3.7 sq. mi.), Herculaneum (3.0 sq. mi.), Crystal City (2.0 sq. mi.), Festus (0.3 sq.

mi.), and Hillsboro (0.5 sq. mi.) are within this watershed.
Jefferson County waters drain into three major HUC 8 watersheds: Cahokia-Joachim of

the Mississippi River, the Meramec River, and the Big River.


WATERSHED POPULATION – As of the 2010 census, the population in the sub watershed was about 9,432 people.

Municipalities

Hillsboro, Herculaneum, Pevely, Crystal City and Festus.

Tributaries


Big Creek and Joachim Creek.

Planning

Watershed Plan: Sandy Creek Watershed Management Plan, September 2011


Partner Organizations: Sandy Creek Watershed Partnership, Zion Lutheran Church, Sandy Baptist Church, Missouri Department of Conservation, Hillsboro Ecology Club, Jefferson County, City of Pevely, Missouri Department of Natural Resources

http://www.jeffcomo.org/uploads/Stormwater/Manuals/FINAL%20ACCEPTED%20SANDY%20CK%20WATERSHED%20PLAN.pdf

Watkins Creek

Watkins Creek is an urban stream located in eastern Missouri in the northwestern corner of St. Louis County. The lowermost 1.4 miles of stream is classified as water body identification number, or WBID, 1708. Watkins Creek’s headwaters originate at about 0.1 miles east of the municipality of Black Jack from which the stream flows for approximately 6.4 miles before entering the Mississippi River at about the county boundary with St. Louis City. The Watkins Creek watershed drains approximately 6.5 square miles and is located in the Apple/Joachim Ecological Drainage Unit4, or EDU, in the Ozark aquatic sub region.


WATERSHED POPULATION --As of the census of 2010, there were 19,261 people.
LOCATION. --Lat 40.4541807, long –93.1299318, St. Louis County, Hydrologic Unit 07140101, on left downstream wing wall of Fry Lane bridge, 0.34 mi south of Interstate 270, 2.34 mi east of Highway 367 (Lewis and Clark Blvd.), and 1.76 mi upstream of Mississippi River.
DRAINAGE AREA. – 5.19 mi2.

Municipalities and census designated places:

Black Jack, Bellefontaine Neighbors, Spanish Lake, St. Louis City, Bridgeton, and Berkeley.

Tributaries


Urban streams.

Planning

Watershed Plan: Watkins Creek Watershed Management Plan, September 2012


Partner Organizations: Spanish Lake Community Association, Metropolitan Sewer District, The Confluence Partnership, Greenway Networks, Inc., East-West Gateway
http://www.confluencegreenway.org/documents/DraftPlan.pdf



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