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Crosswicks Creek / Doctors Creek Watershed Regional Greenway Planning Group

This Central New Jersey watershed regional planning group is a consortium of about a dozen municipalities whose boundaries touch or through whose lands flow the Crosswicks Creek and / or Doctors Creek.
Ratings/Review of this resource:

12 Johnson Drive
Allentown , NJ 08501
Contact Person: Greg W. Westfall
Phone: 609-259-6344
E-Mail: westfalls5@juno.com
Website: http://www.ccdcgreenway.org

Detailed Information:
The Crosswicks Creek watershed drains surface and storm water from approximately the center of New Jersey westward from Jackson and Plumsted Townships in Ocean County; Allentown, Millstone and Upper Freehold in Monmouth County; North Hanover Township, Wrightstown, Cookstown, Chesterfield, and Bordentown City in Burlington County; and Hamilton and Washington Townships in Mercer County.

This watershed drains into the Hamilton-Trenton-Bordentown Marsh after which the marsh empties into the Delaware River. We are, therefore, a necessary and vital regional planning group that not only keeps tabs on the regional development pressures, but which also seeks to propose uses for the sensitive corridor lands that are compatible such as greenways, blueways, trails, creek access, and other recreational or conservation uses.

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