Etobicoke & Mimico Creeks Watersheds
Moving towards our vision, TRCA engages in numerous projects and initiatives to restore ecosystem health to the Etobicoke-Mimico creeks watersheds and improve the quality of life for the communities living in these areas.
Situated side by side in the western part of TRCA's jurisdiction, the Etobicoke and Mimico creeks watersheds originate on the south slope of the Oak Ridges Moraine and travel south to Lake Ontario. Together, they total 28,860 hectares in size and support a population of over 400,000 people, and substantial numbers of businesses and industries. They are two of the most highly developed, and therefore degraded, watersheds in the Toronto area.
Keep up to date with whats going on in your watershed
Learn about the work we're doing in the watershed.
Check out some of the unique watershed features
View the various accomplishments and initiatives in the watershed
Check out how you can get involved
Join us at one of our events
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View some watershed photos and videos
projects to improve human and wildlife health, create recreational activities and provide green-space and habitat for wildlife
Ready, Set Click! Photo Contest
On your next hike, take your camera and capture the natural landscape and wildlife in and around the Etobicoke and Mimico Creeks.