Category:Croton Watershed

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The Croton Watershed is an area lying primarily in the New York State counties of Putnam and Westchester featuring many Reservoirs and other elements of the New York City water supply system that are just north of the city. It contains twelve major reservoirs and four controlled lakes. Water from the Croton Watershed ends up at the Jerome Park Reservoir in the Bronx, from which it is distributed.

The Croton Watershed is a term describing a part of the New York City water supply system. It overlaps but is not synonymous with the hydrological Croton River watershed.