Harper Creek Subwatershed Study

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The Harper Creek subwatershed is located in southwest Peterborough and contains one of Peterborough’s largest, naturally vegetated and heavily treed areas; Harper Creek Wetland and Harper Park. A Subwatershed Study has been initiated to identify and characterize the water resource system, including the natural heritage features, functions, and cultural values of the Harper Creek subwatershed. The Study will ultimately recommend a land use plan and detailed management strategy to satisfy local and provincial policy direction.

Phase One of the study has been completed. Phase One involved extensive fieldwork to investigate the aquatic systems, terrestrial systems and stream geomorphology. Computer modeling was completed to simulate groundwater conditions, stormwater infrastructure and flooding of Harper Creek.

Get Involved!

Phase One results were shared through a virtual Public Open House on January 18, 2022 at 4:30 p.m.


The community’s voice is an integral part of the project process, please consider providing feedback using the survey below. The Study and the eventual Plan can be tailored to address local feedback and concerns with your input and knowledge of issues, constraints and opportunities, as well as ideas. Community feedback will also contribute to the Project Team's knowledge of local issues.


The Harper Creek subwatershed is located in southwest Peterborough and contains one of Peterborough’s largest, naturally vegetated and heavily treed areas; Harper Creek Wetland and Harper Park. A Subwatershed Study has been initiated to identify and characterize the water resource system, including the natural heritage features, functions, and cultural values of the Harper Creek subwatershed. The Study will ultimately recommend a land use plan and detailed management strategy to satisfy local and provincial policy direction.

Phase One of the study has been completed. Phase One involved extensive fieldwork to investigate the aquatic systems, terrestrial systems and stream geomorphology. Computer modeling was completed to simulate groundwater conditions, stormwater infrastructure and flooding of Harper Creek.

Get Involved!

Phase One results were shared through a virtual Public Open House on January 18, 2022 at 4:30 p.m.


The community’s voice is an integral part of the project process, please consider providing feedback using the survey below. The Study and the eventual Plan can be tailored to address local feedback and concerns with your input and knowledge of issues, constraints and opportunities, as well as ideas. Community feedback will also contribute to the Project Team's knowledge of local issues.


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Page last updated: 20 January 2022, 12:00