Drainage Basin Planning Studies

A Drainage Basin Planning Study (DBPS) process is used to define major stormwater improvement needs in the City. Each DBPS identifies needed improvements, environmental impacts and estimated costs. The needs may be located in older, existing developed areas, areas that are City responsibility, or areas to be developed that developers will be responsible for. 

The Drainage Basin Planning Studies (DBPS) are filed by basin number according to the numbering on the DBPS Inventory Map.

Download the DBPS Inventory Map (pdf)

1 - Smith Creek

2 - Black Squirrel

3 - Monument Branch

4 - Middle Tributary

5 - Kettle Creek

5a - Kettle Creek - Old Ranch Road Tributary

6 - Elkhorn a.k.a. MDDP Fairlane Technological Park

7 - Pine Creek Amendment 1

7 - Pine Creek

8 - Cottonwood Creek

9 - Sand Creek

9a - Upper Sand Creek

10 - Pulpit Rock

11 - Templeton Gap

11a - Shooks Run North Templeton Gap

11b - Shooks Run North Templeton Gap

12 - Unstudied Basin

13 - Shooks Run

14 - Spring Creek

15 - Peterson Field

16 - Jimmy Camp

17 - Little Johnson

18 - Windmill Gulch

19 - Big Johnson Reservoir

20 - Unstudied Basin

21 - Unstudied Basin

22 - Douglas Creek

23 - Dry Creek

24 - Rockrimmon North

25 - Rockrimmon South

26 - Popes Bluff Amendment 1

26 - Popes Bluff

27 - Camp Creek

28 - Black Canyon

29 - Unstudied Basin

30 - Columbia Road

31 - Mesa Drainage

32 - West Fork Jimmy Camp Creek

33 - Nineteenth Street

34 - Unstudied Basin

35 - Unstudied Basin

36 - Twenty First Street South

37 - Bear Creek

38 - Monument Creek

39 - Southwest Area - Upper Cheyenne Creek Cheyenne Run and Spring Run

40 - Fishers Canyon

41 - Fishers Canyon

42 - South Pine Creek Amendment 2

42 - South Pine Creek Amendment 3

42 - South Pine Creek Amendment 4

43 - Fountain Creek

44 - Roswell Drainage Area Drainage Study

Other Major Planning Studies

The following planning studies are not on the DBPS inventory map.