The Brown’s Creek Watershed District is made up of communities interlaced with natural corridors. These natural corridors improve the function and value of the District’s water resources and support a diverse population of plants, wildlife, and fish. The District brings people and the environment together to accommodate development that preserves the connection between surface water and groundwater and enhances the quality of these resources.
The Brown’s Creek Watershed District works with the community to:
- Preserve and improve the quality of the District’s water and natural resources;
- Educate residents about the value of this ecosystem and advise residents of their potential impacts on the functions and values of the District’s water and natural resources.
- Find and implement acceptable solutions to water-related issues.
- Assure that the integrity of the watershed is preserved for future generations.