Sewersheds (Metersheds, WWTP Service Areas)

This dataset was developed to divide areas within the Twin Cities Metro Area into smaller, geographic regions. These sewershed boundaries are classified as currently served, potential served in the future, or never to be served by the MCES regional wastewater system. A sewershed is a defined area that is tributary to a single point along an MCES interceptor (a community system connection) or is tributary to a single lift station.<br/><br/>This dataset can also be queried to show Metersheds (areas tributary to each MCES Meter) or WWTP Service Areas (areas tributary to each wastewater treatment plant).

Additional Info

Field Value
dsAccessConst None. This dataset is considered public under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act. Please contact the Distribution Contact Person for more information.
dsCurrentRef Data is regularly added and updated. The last_edited_date field captures date and time of the most recent modification. The created_date field indicates when the record was originally created.
dsModifiedDate 2023-06-29 00:33:40
dsOriginator Metropolitan Council
dsPeriodOfContent 5/17/2020
dsPurpose To provide a spatial data inventory to aid maintenance, planning and analysis efforts.
gdrsDsGuid {f675d085-dc91-48e5-a17d-a4374f92c37c}
spatial {"type":"Polygon","coordinates":[[[-94.012, 44.471],[-94.012, 45.415], [-92.732, 45.415], [-92.732, 44.471], [-94.012, 44.471]]]}

Dataset extent

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