West Hickman Watershed
Click the map to explore the area that drains to West Hickman Creek. (pdf)

Watershed?

Protection of streams for fishing, swimming and wading is called watershed management. What’s a watershed?

A watershed is the area of land that drains to a point. An easy way to think of this is to think of your roof as an area draining to your gutter. The roof is the watershed and the gutter is the stream. That’s a tiny watershed compared to the 18 square miles of Lexington that drain to West Hickman Creek over in Veterans Park! (West Hickman Creek also drains 4 square miles of Jessamine County before joining East Hickman Creek at Hickman Creek).

Watershed Planning

A watershed plan is a strategy for achieving goals that work toward environmentally and economically healthy streams that benefit all who have a stake in an area.  If you live, work or play in the West Hickman Watershed, that includes you.  Let us know you want to be part of the process of creating the plan

Hickman Creek Watershed Stakeholders meetingFor more information:

West Hickman Planning

As the West Hickman Watershed Plan is currently underway, here are some resources that are helpful in learning more about resources and needs.

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