Ann Arbor Creeksheds:
Created by the City of Ann
Arbor Environmental Commission, Water Subcommittee
on behalf of all of the
citizens of Ann Arbor.
presented to the Environmental Commission, June 26, 2003.
The EC voted unanimous support of a
modified form of this resolution (which the Coordinator has) and directed
that it be sent on to City Council.
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Start a Creekshed Resource Page.
To find out information by creekshed, click on the links below,
or click here to see a larger version
of the colored map above that has been made clickable by creekshed.
Ann Arbor Planning Department
June 5, 2001
City-owned Properties in the Floodway/Floodplain
Letter from Karen Hart
Map, City of Ann Arbor Retail Land Use
Map, Downtown Commercial Zoning Districts
and Maximum Allowable Height
Natural Features Ordinance Committee
Resolutions involving creeksheds:
Resolution, City of Ann Arbor Planning Commission, Tuesday, July 10, 2001:
Master Planning statement including a resolution to investigate the concept
of planning by creekshed.
"RESOLVED: That the City Planning Commission will work to develop
an overall Master Plan update schedule and investigate the concept of creekshed-based
planning in FY2001-2002." Page 1; page
Mallett's Creek, City Planning Commission Resolution
Mallett's Creek, City Council Resolution
Selected maps and links to maps
(see attached pages for additional references):
Current Planning Areas, not based on creeksheds Central, South,
Northeast, and West.
To see clickable map, go to City
of Ann Arbor website, Planning Department.
Selected references involving the general Ann Arbor area
(see attached pages for additional references)
Data on vacant land, July 10, 2001.
Letter from Elizabeth Worzalla, Huron River
Watershed Council, to Karen Hart, Planning Director City of Ann Arbor,
calling for creeksheds as planning units. May 1, 2001.
Ann Arbor Transportation Plan Update,
Wendy Rampson, April 27, 2001.
Collaborative Project with the Scio Township Planning
Commission, Karen Hart, April 26, 2001
Washtenaw County Drain Commissioner's Office (Harry) supplied materials
on planning by creekshed, following meeting of WCDC with CPC, 1997.
of Spatial Planning: Theory, Part I., S. L. Arlinghaus, Solstice:
An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics, Volume VI, Number
2, 1995. Article that calls for using the creekshed as a fundamental
e-mail: Environmental Commission, water subcommittee webpage