Eno River Watershed Improvement Plan
The Public Works Department has completed the Eno River Watershed Improvement Plan. The City contracted with AECOM to work with the City's Stormwater and GIS Services Division to prepare an engineering study and assessment of the Eno River watershed. The Eno River Watershed Improvement Project is part of the City of Durham’s efforts to improve the health of our creeks and to comply with water quality regulations. For information, email Project Manager Sandra Wilbur, or Lance Fontaine.
Do you know YOUR watershed? Use this map of the City's watersheds to see what watershed you are in!
Find Your Watershed Map (PDF)
The Stormwater and GIS Services Division (Department of Public Works) worked with AECOM and the consultant team to conduct an assessment of the Eno River Watershed. An assessment is like a health check-up for a watershed and its streams. This assessment evaluated existing stream conditions and water quality throughout the watershed, and identified potential projects to improve the health of the Eno River watershed and create value for communities in the watershed.
A map of the watershed showing sections of
Eno Stream Field Work Map
Additional Project Information
Stormwater Control Measures (
Meeting Presentations & Project Status Reports Available for Viewing
Public information sessions are held at key points during the development of each Watershed Improvement Plan. The meetings help the City keep residents informed about the project and allow residents an opportunity to provide important feedback about the project to City staff.
Meeting 1 - March 21, 2017
Presentation 1 (PDF)
Meeting 2 - November 2, 2017
Presentation 2 (PDF)