Find Information about your local
Drinking Water Source Protection Region or Area
To access your local Assessment Report, choose the ApprovedAR link in the first column of the table below.
A link to the Environmental Bill of Rights Information Notice (EBRNotice) is also included for Approved Assessment reports
Your local Source Protection Plan (SPP) can be accessed by selecting ProposedSPPlan or ApprovedSPPlan in the fourth column in the table below. If the link says ProposedSPPlan the SPP is in, or has completed a secondary 30 day public consultation period. Proposed Source Protection Plans were submitted to the Minister of the Environment for approval in August 2012. When a SPP has been approved by the Minister, the fourth column will be updated to read ApprovedSPPlan.
To access your local Terms of Reference, choose the ToR link below
To access your local Drinking Water Source Protection Region or Area website choose the DWSP link below.
To access your local Conservation Authority website, choose the CA link below
SWP Comms Resources can be found by clicking the Resources link.
Non-Conservation Authority SPAs
|Severn Sound SPA||ApprovedAR||EBRNotice||ApprovedSPPlan||ToR||DWSP||Website||Resources|
|Northern Bruce Peninsula SPA||ApprovedAR||EBRNotice||ApprovedSPPlan||ToR||DWSP||Website||Resources|
Download SPA/SPR GIS boundary Files
The Source Protection Area Generalized (SPAGEN) dataset is considered the public facing dataset for supporting the Clean Water Act. This cartographic version of the product maintains the resolution of the original SPPB data set, however the boundaries have been smoothed to create a more visually appealing and easy loading GIS product, making it suitable for general mapping and GIS applications.
Under O.Reg 284/07 section 3, the Minister shall ensure that the boundary data and maps that show the approximate boundaries are available to the public on the Internet. To meet this requirement, SPAGEN is now available to the general public as a structured polygon shape file product from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. For more information on how to obtain this data, please contact LIO at firstname.lastname@example.org or (705) 755-1878.