Elfrida Subwatershed Study

The City of Hamilton has initiated a Subwatershed Study for the Elfrida Study Area. The purpose of the Subwatershed Study is to develop a plan that allows sustainable development, while ensuring maximum benefits to the natural and human environments on a watershed basis.

The Subwatershed study is intended to present an approach to manage resource use that will protect, rehabilitate and enhance the environment within the Elfrida Study Area limits, as well as downstream.

Location: The study area limits for the Elfrida Subwatershed Study is generally bounded by Mud Street East to the north, Second Road East and Hendershot Road to the east, Golf Club Road to the south, Trinity Church Road to the west, and following the existing urban boundary on the northwest. View the detailed location map (PDF, 173 KB)

The Elfrida Study Area spans 5 subwatersheds:

  • Upper Davis Creek
  • Hannon Creek
  • Twenty Mile Creek
  • Sinkhole Creek
  • Stoney Creek

Location Map for the Elfrida Subwatershed Study

Study Status: Active

Classification: Master Plan

Public Information Centre No. 2
Held June 12, 2018
Presented the final Phase 1 Subwatershed Study findings.
Display panels (PDF,  9 MB) | Comment sheet (PDF, 163 KB)

Study Commencement/Public Information Centre No. 1
Held June 21, 2017
Presented the background information collected for the area and viewed the findings from the Phase 1 Subwatershed Study.
Display panels (PDF, 4 MB) | Comment sheet (PDF, 26 KB)

Contact us

Melanie Anderton
City Hall, 6th floor
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 6412
Email: iplanning@hamilton.ca