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Water Quality Recovery Plans and Master Plans
 

To improve water quality in impaired streams, specific action plans have been approved at the local and state levels. The plans describe ways that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services will reduce pollutant levels and how success will be measured.

Goose Creek Water Quality Recovery Program (overview)

Goose Creek Watershed Management Plan

Goose Creek Water Quality Recovery Plan for TMDL (Fecal Coliform)

Irwin, McAlpine, Little Sugar, Sugar Creeks (Fecal Coliform)

Sugar, Little Sugar and McAlpine Creeks (Fecal Coliform)

Long, McAlpine, Sugar, Little Sugar, Irwin (Turbidity)

Long, McAlpine, Sugar, Little Sugar, Irwin Water Quality Recovery Plan for Turbidity

McKee and Clear Creek Water Quality Recovery Plan for Fecal Coliform

McDowell Watershed Management Program (overview)

McDowell Watershed Management Master Plan

(Although McDowell Creek does not have a TMDL, the McDowell Watershed Master Plan was developed to improve water quality in this water supply watershed)

Rocky River Watershed Management Master Plan (overview)

Rocky River Watershed BMP Master Plan