Maps – Unpaved Roads

Unpaved Roads

Because sediment is the number one pollutant to Beaver Lake, unpaved roads are an important thing to address in the rural areas of the Beaver Lake watershed. Best management practices on unpaved roads can protect water quality through reducing the amount of sediment entering waterways, protect fish and wildlife habitats, and improve quality of life for the many residents that rely on these roads. Explore this map to learn about the unpaved roads in the Beaver Lake watershed.