Red Run Subwatershed Planning Process

The Red Run subwatershed management plan was put in place November 2006. Since that time (and before the plan’s approval), local governments, community leaders, citizens’ groups, businesses, and environmental organizations have worked together to implement their plan.

Red Run Subwatershed

Red Run Subwatershed

At A Glance

Area:
Approximately 130 square miles
Counties:
Oakland, Macomb
Population:
259,000
Primary Land Uses:
Residential,
Industrial/commercial
Open Water:
54 miles of open channel including Big Beaver Creek, Plum Brook, Bear Creek and Red Run

Municipalities

  • Berkley
  • Beverly Hills*
  • Birmingham
  • Center Line
  • Clawson
  • Clinton Township*
  • Ferndale
  • Hazel Park
  • Huntington Woods
  • Madison Heights
  • Oak Park
  • Pleasant Ridge
  • Rochester Hills
  • Royal Oak
  • Royal Oak Township
  • Shelby Township
  • Southfield
  • Sterling Heights
  • Troy
  • Utica*
  • Warren

Red Run Subwatershed Plan