Jackson Creek (Peterborough, Ontario)

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Jackson Creek
River
Country Canada
Province Ontario
Region Central Ontario
Municipality Peterborough
Part of Great Lakes Basin
Mouth Otonabee River
 - elevation 189 m (620 ft)
 - coordinates 44°17′49″N 78°19′09″W / 44.29694°N 78.31917°W / 44.29694; -78.31917Coordinates: 44°17′49″N 78°19′09″W / 44.29694°N 78.31917°W / 44.29694; -78.31917
Location of the mouth of the creek in southern Ontario

Jackson Creek is a creek in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.[1] It is part of the Great Lakes Basin, and flows to its mouth at Little Lake as a right tributary of the Otonabee River. The Otonabee flows via the Trent River to Lake Ontario.

In 1963 the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority received a grant for construction of a dam on Jackson Creek.[2] The creek overflowed in July 2004, causing extensive damage.[3][4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jackson Creek". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 2012-01-19. 
  2. ^ "Conservation Grants Limited". The Windsor Star. 1963-11-13. p. 21. Retrieved 2011-12-23. 
  3. ^ Babbage, Maria (2004-07-15). "Ontario community flooded". CNews. Retrieved 2011-12-23. 
  4. ^ Mathieu, Emily; Roy, Camille (2004-07-16). "Cars swept away; Parked cars carried away by torrents on rain- ravaged roads City streets 'just like you would see white-water rafting'". Toronto Star. p. A.01. Retrieved 2011-12-23.