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Fishing Creek / Cedar Run Stormwater Management Plan

The Fishing Creek/Cedar Run Stormwater Management Plan was updated and adopted in 2006.


Fishing Creek Watershed Plan Advisory Committee (WPAC)

Act 167 allows municipalities, conservation districts and other interest groups to provide input and direction during the planning process through participation in a Watershed Plan Advisory Committee. The committees' representatives included:


County Agencies

  • Clinton County Commissioners, Conservation District, Planning Commission, and Solicitor
  • Union County Commissioners, Conservation District, Planning Commission, and Solicitor
  • Centre County Commissioners, Conservation District, Planning Commission, and Solicitor
  • Lycoming County Commissioners, Conservation District, Planning Commission, and Solicitor

State Agencies

  • Bald Eagle State Forest
  • PA Department of Transportation
  • PA Fish and Boat Commission
  • PA DEP Water Supply & Community Health
  • PA Game Commission
  • PA DEP Storm Water Management & Sediment Control

Federal Agencies

  • USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (Formerly SCS)

Municipalities

  • Bald Eagle Township
  • Loganton Borough
  • Castanea Township
  • Marion Township
  • Crawford Township
  • Miles Township
  • Greene Township
  • Mill Hall Borough
  • Greg Township
  • Porter Township
  • Lamar Township
  • Spring Township
  • Lewis Township
  • Walker Township
  • Logan Township
  • Washington Township

Water Companies

  • Booneville Water Company
  • Rote Mutual Water Company
  • Bull Run Water Assoc. Inc.
  • Spring Township Water Authority
  • Eastville Water Company
  • Tylersville Water Company
  • Greenburr Water Company
  • Walker Township Water Assoc.
  • Mackeyville Water Company
  • 64 Water Company, Inc.
  • Nittany Water Company

Other Parties

  • Big Fishing Creek Cottage Association
  • Lock Haven University

This committee promoted municipal involvement that insured inter-municipal cooperation and ultimately aided in the overall preparation of the plan. The success and effectiveness of the Fishing Creek/Cedar Run Stormwater Management Plan are contingent up on the continued cooperation and input from the municipalities.


Sweetland Engineering and Other Plan Participants

Sweetland Engineering & Associates, Inc., of State College, Pennsylvania is our engineering consultant for Stormwater Management Planning. The firm was responsible for preparing the technical components of this plan including Model Selection, Calibration, and Runs, and developing the Technical Standards and Criteria of the model ordinance.