Moodna Creek Watershed Intermunicipal Council
The Moodna Creek Watershed Intermunicipal Council was formed by intermunicipal agreement in 2010. The Council has both municipal and non-municipal members and is made up of designated representatives from 15 municipalities within the Watershed, the OCWA, as well as 14 non-governmental organizations and individuals. The Council and its Committees will work cooperatively to address priority issues of the Moodna Creek and its watershed. The creation of the Council was an outcome of the Moodna Creek Watershed Conservation and Management Plan. Benefits of forming the Council include increased eligibility for many grants, due to intermunicipal partnership,improved communication across municipal boundaries and more effective solutions to water resource issues due to comprehensive (watershed) approach and coordination of organizational efforts.

2015 Meeting schedule will be posted soon. The Council typically meets quarterly (January, April, July and October).

Membership List



Council Meeting Agenda:
The next meeting agenda will be posted soon

Recent Council Meeting Minutes and/or Meeting summaries:
July 2014 Meeting minutes to be posted when available
4-28-14 Council Meeting Minutes
1-27-14 Council Meeting Minutes
Previous meeting minutes available upon request.

Other Council Related Documents:
Operating Procedures
Memorandum of Agreement

Presentations:
Presentation by Hudsonia on Trout Brook & Woodbury (2013)

The Moodna Creek Watershed Conservation and Management Plan and other documents may be found on the Moodna Creek Watershed Webpage (click here)




The Council, in 2010, became a member of the Groundwater Guardian Foundation, which is a nonprofit organization that educates people and inspires action to ensure sustainable, clean groundwater for future generations. Visit the Groundwater Guardian Foundation Website for more information, tools, games, quizes, news and more.