This layer contains the rough boundaries of the sewersheds for the Twin Cities metropolitan area. A sewershed is a defined area that is tributary to a single point along an MCES interceptor pipe (a community connection to an interceptor) or is tributary to a single lift station. Community boundaries are also used to define sewer-shed boundaries.<br/><br/>The data are derived from community comprehensive sewer plans. <br/><br/>Notes:<br/>- The sewersheds are estimated. The actual sewersheds may be different.<br/>- Not all records contain county or MCD information.

Additional Info

Field Value
Last Updated May 23, 2019, 10:03
Created August 7, 2015, 10:01
dsAccessConst None. This dataset is public domain under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act (Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13). If the dataset is not available from the Online Linkage in Section 6, please contact the Distribution Contact Person.
dsCurrentRef Sewershed polygon data is based on most recent local sanitary system data provided to MCES, which can be as old as 10 years. The updates, based on the most recently received data, are current as of the Time Period of Content date.
dsModifiedDate 2019-05-23 00:51:24
dsOriginator Metropolitan Council
dsPeriodOfContent 2/7/2017
dsPurpose To provide more manageable areas for flow analysis and planning and to distinguish between the sewered and unsewered areas within the Metropolitan Urban Service Area (MUSA).

Dataset extent