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Hammond Creek Watershed Profile

Hammond Creek Station

Watershed Overview

Hammond Creek flows northeast into Seeley Creek near the Pennsylvania/New York state line northeast of Millerton, PA.  The contributing watershed is primarily in northern Tioga County, Pennsylvania, with portions extending into Bradford County, PA, Steuben County, NY, and Chemung County, NY.  The monitoring station on Hammond Creek is located northeast of Millerton, near the confluence with Seeley Creek.

Drainage Characteristics

Monitored Drainage Area: 29 square miles

Population (2010): 1,342

Total Stream Length: 42.6 miles

Stream miles impaired and dominant source/cause: 0 miles impaired

Average Annual Flow at Station (NHD): 34.7 cubic feet per second (cfs)

Maximum Flow Time from Headwaters: 13 hrs. 31 min.

Hammond Creek Watershed Map

Land Use (2006):

Natural Gas Drilling Pads (as tracked by SRBC): 12

Permitted Natural Gas Water Withdrawals: 0 Frac Water Withdrawals

Public Water Supply: 1 Groundwater Withdrawals and 0 Surface Water Withdrawals

Permitted Discharges and Type: SPDES/NPDES sites

Underlying Geology: Interbedded Sedimentary, Sandstone