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Jordan Lake Rules

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2013 Session Laws (Read the recent Session Laws that affect the Jordan Rules)

 

July 11, 2013: Draft Jordan Lake/Falls Lake Existing Development Model Program

 

The Jordan Lake Rules are a nutrient management strategy designed to restore water quality in the lake by reducing the amount of pollution entering upstream. Restoration and protection of the lake is essential because it serves as a water supply for several thriving communities, as well as a prime recreation area for more than a million visitors each year. The lake and surrounding forests also provide critical habitat for many plant and animal species.

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Map and GIS Files:

Jordan Watershed (JPG)

Jordan Watershed Detailed (JPG)

Jordan Watershed with 14-digit HUC Delivery Factors (JPG)

For the following maps, download files to your computer then unzip and open using GIS software.

Jordan Lake's Three Subwatersheds

14-digit HUC Delivery Factors

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