Note: Impervious surface permit icons, land use icons, and livestock icons do not necessarily indicate exact locations. They are approximate locations on the same land parcel.
CLEAR FORK Begins in Richland and Morrow Counties → Clear Fork Reservoir → goes through Lexington, Bellville, Butler → joins Black Fork near Loudonville and becomes Mohican River → Walhonding River → Muskingum River → Ohio River → Mississippi River → Gulf of Mexico
Soil Type in the Clear Fork Watershed
Total Impervious Areas Created in the Clear Fork Watershed* 7,423,278 sq. ft.
(Homes, Pole Barns, Additions, etc.)
|Least Area Created||31,949|
|Most Area Created||711,001|
(Less than 2,000 square feet created)
|Least Area Created||18,272|
|Most Area Created||54,807|
|Least Area Created||0|
|Most Area Created||770,890|
*This figure does not include impervious areas from prior to 2000
**Agriculture is included in permit exemptions