Kingman Lake is not a true lake, but a 110-acre tidal freshwater impoundment created in the 1920s and 1930s during a massive dredging and channelization project on the Anacostia River to provide a recreational boating area for District of Columbia residents.
Rock Creek flows through Montgomery County, Maryland, and the northwest portion of Washington, DC, to join with the Potomac River.
The Washington Ship Channel and the Tidal Basin are man-made water bodies located in the southwest section of the District along the Potomac River.
This (non-required) TMDL is for Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) in Fort Davis. Fort Davis is not directly classified as a separate waterbody in the DC Water Quality Standards. It is classified on the basis of current use and designated beneficial uses as a tributary of the Anacostia River
Provisions to prevent and control pollution of the Potomac river and its tributaries; to regulate land disturbing activities; to prevent accelerated soil erosion and sedimentation; to prevent sediment deposit, to control health hazards due to pollution.
Certificate of Completion (COC) and associated documents related to the 2215 Constitution Avenue, NW Voluntary Cleanup Program
The District of Columbia Underground Storage Tank Management Act of 1990, as amended, D.C. Official Code § 8-113.01 to 8-113.12:
Listing of "Areas of Interest" in Spring Valley
Application submitted by property at 2149 Queens Chapel, NW to participate in Voluntary Cleanup Program