Approved Source Protection Plan

The Quinte Region Source Protection Plan directs local efforts to protect and keep our sources of municipal water clean. It includes 63 policies, based on science and developed with public consultation.

The approval of the Quinte Region Source Protection Plan was announced by the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change on September 11, 2014. The Plan was approved by the Minister on September 8, 2014. The effective date for the plan is January 1, 2015.

Link to Ministry News Release

Link to Quinte Conservation News Release

Source Protection Plan Primer

 

The Approved Source Protection Plan is available below as the text and maps separately to allow for ease of viewing and downloading.

Source Protection Plan Cover (1.9 MB)


Approved Quinte Region Source Protection Plan TEXT ONLY (2.2 MB)

 

MAPS

1.1       Quinte Source Protection Region (322KB)

4.1       Peats Point Wellhead Protection Area (254 KB)

 4.2       Ameliasburgh Intake Protection Zones (235 KB)

 4.3       Picton Intake Protection Zones 1 & 2 (339KB)

 4.4       Wellington Intake Protection Zones (421 KB)

 4.5       Deloro Wellhead Protection Area (169 KB)

 4.6       Tweed Wellhead Protection Area (218 KB)

 4.7       Madoc Wellhead Protection Area (1 MB)

 4.8       Belleville Intake Protection Zones 1 & 2 (359 KB)

 4.9       Point Anne Intake Protection Zones 1 & 2 (383 KB)

 4.10     Point Anne Wellhead Protection Area (260 KB)

 4.11     Deseronto Intake Protection Zones 1 & 2 (349 KB)

 4.12     Napanee Intake Protection Zones 1 & 2 (498 KB)

 4.12    Bayside Intake Protection Zones 1 & 2 (230 KB)


Explanatory Document

An Explanatory Document was prepared by the Quinte Region Source Protection Committee as a record of the policy development process, research and consultation. It explains how the Source Protection Committee arrived at the policies in the Source Protection Plan and provides the rationale for those policies.

Policies in the Plan and the policy explanations in the Explanatory Document are organized using the same policy numbers and names. The Explanatory Document is provided below with the cover separately to allow for ease of viewing and downloading.

Explanatory Document (1.6MB)


Consultation on the Proposed Source Protection Plan

For information on the public consultation process see Chapter 6 in the Source Protection Plan and Section 7 of the Explanatory Document.

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