Across our urban and rural communities, Polk County has committed to working with our water resources. Improving water quality, creating recreational resources and addressing flood challenges all play a key role in reaching a vision for improving water resources in Central Iowa. From the Raccoon River to Fourmile Creek, all of our water resources require their own unique effort. Polk County has committed to following the watershed approach to understand our unique resources and achieve our goals.
Eastern Polk County Watershed Plan Development
Polk County recently received federal funding to develop a watershed plan for priority watersheds in the Eastern portion of the County. This plan will be focused on identifying key projects to improve watershed conditions and setting up for future federal implementation funding. This project will leverage ongoing work and partnerships with the Fourmile Creek and Mud Camp Spring Creeks Watershed Management Authorities.
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