Watershed Profile: Sugar Creek near Troy, PA
Sugar Creek flows east until it joins the Susquehanna River north of Towanda, PA. The majority of Sugar Creek Watershed is contained within Bradford County, PA with only a small portion reaching into eastern Tioga County, PA. The monitoring station was located in the headwaters east of Troy, PA.
- Drainage Area (square miles): 56.19
- Total Stream Length (miles): 85.9
- Average Annual Flow at Station (NHD) (cfs): 69.7
- Population (2020): 3,050
Stream Classifications (Pennsylvania)
|Trout Stocked Fisheries||85.90|
- Land Use
Description Percentage Water 0.21 Developed Open Space 4.90 Low Urban 1.42 Medium Urban 0.76 High Urban 0.32 Barren 0.21 Deciduous Forest 31.31 Coniferous Forest 0.70 Mixed Forest 10.41 Shrub Scrub 0.65 Grassland Herbaceous 0.17 Pasture/Hay 45.00 Cropland 2.50 Wetlands 1.45
This is a historical station. Data were collected between 04/27/2010 and 05/30/2018.
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- Natural Gas Pads 42
- Natural Gas Water Withdrawals 2
Public Water Supply Withdrawals
- Groundwater 19
- Surface Water 0
|Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation||1|
|Wastewater Treatment Plant/Sewage Treatment Plant||1|
|Highway/Road/Bridge Runoff||Aquatic Life||4.60|