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Upper Raccoon Creek Watershed

Upper Raccoon Creek Watershed 

Located in Watershed Management Area 18, the Raccoon Creek flows from east to west in Gloucester County toward the Delaware River. The study area focuses on the upper portions of the Raccoon Creek, its streams and tributaries and all the lands draining to these streams. The watershed encompasses a total area of 25.67 square miles with 63 linear miles of watercourse. The main stem drains approximately two-thirds of this area with the remainder draining to the South Branch Raccoon Creek. The downstream terminus of the project area is just below the confluence of the main stem and the south branch at Tomlin Station Road (County Route (CR) #607). Four municipalities: Elk Township, Glassboro Borough, Harrison Township and South Harrison Township, contain lands within the watershed.

These final reports are available upon request:

  • C&A Document without Appendices
  • C&A Appendices (only)
  • Recommended Management Strategies
  • Priority Restoration Projects

*Files may take a few moments to download. Please be patient. The Raccoon Creek C&A Report is available by request from the CCSCD.