Middle Huron River Watershed Management Plan, Section 2

The geographic scope of the Middle Huron, Section 2

The Middle Huron River Watershed Management Plan (WMP): Section 2 is part of an effort led by communities in this area seeking to plan activities to address water quality issues highlighted in the State of Michigan’s Clean Water Act §303(d) report on impaired waters.  The original WMP was completed in 1994, updated in 2000, 2008, and 2011, but was written for a larger area, covering the entire Middle Huron Watershed which covers the confluence of Mill Creek down to the end of Belleville Lake, and all tributaries draining to the Huron through that length.  This 2020 version is the fourth update of that WMP, but it is narrower in scale as it only covers the middle geographic portion of that earlier WMP.  Separate WMPs will be written for the upper (Section 1) and lower (Section 3) geographic portions.

For the purposes of this plan, Section 2 of the Middle Huron Watershed is composed of direct drainage to the Huron River from Barton Pond to the confluence of Huron River and Fleming Creek, as well as the Allens, Fleming, Malletts, Millers, Swift Run, and Traver subwatersheds.

This plan was approved by EGLE and the US EPA in November 2020.


Full Document minus Appendices


Appendix A. Millers Creek.

Appendix B. Malletts Creek

Appendix C. Allens Creek Plan

Appendix D. Middle Huron Partnership Cooperative Agreement

Appendix E. Summary of Geomorphology Assessment Results

Appendix F.  Swift Run Creek

 Appendix G. Total Maximum Daily Load for Total Phosphorus in Ford and Belleville Lakes

Appendix H. Total Maximum Daily Load for Escherichia Coli in Geddes Pond

Appendix I.  Management Actions: Possibilities and Accomplishments

Appendix J. Public Education Plan

Appendix K.  City of Ann Arbor, Stormwater Model Calibration and Analysis Project

Appendix L. Quality Assurance Plan for “Revision of the Middle Huron Watershed Management Plan for Ann Arbor”

Appendix M. Michigan’s Statewide E.Coli  Total Maximum Daily Load