Please note: This map takes two or three minutes to open the first time because contour lines are included and are a very large download. Successive viewings of the map will be faster.
Map PDFs have also been provided for your convenience.
This project was prepared with funding provided by the New York State Department of State under Title 11 of the Environmental Protection Fund.
Using this Map
- This map is similar in feel to a Google or other web map. Zooming in and out and panning around the map will take some getting used to, but if you are proficient with Google maps, using this map should feel familiar.
- Not all information is visible at all scales. To zoom into the map, click on the Zoom In symbol at the upper left of the map. To zoom out of the map, click on the Zoom Out symbol at the upper left of the map.
- To pan within the map, click and drag anywhere within the map.
- Each project has been assigned a unique project number. Clicking any project number will bring up all available information for that project. To close the information window, click on the on the upper-right of that window.
- Project markers are for reference only and may not be placed exactly at a project location.
- Repeated project numbers delineate multiple implementation sites for a single project.
- If project markers overlap, zoom in until they no longer overlap.
Other map features
- A right-click anywhere on the map will display the latitude and longitude of the clicked location.
- Hover your mouse over any blue line to view the tributary name. Please note that many of the tributaries are not named.
- Contour elevations can be viewed by hovering your mouse over any contour line when a contours layer is turned on.
- Click any open area within the delineated watershed to view the HUC 12 name. If you have the HUC 12 layer turned off, the HUC 10 name will appear. No information will appear if both watershed layers are off.
- Map layers can be toggled on and off by clicking the layer title in the layers list box.
- Municipal borders are most easily seen in the Mapbox satellite view.