Parkside Creek Watershed
- Originates in the forested area on lower Mount Seymour
- Status: Threatened / Trend: Stable (Precision)
- 19% impervious surface area in catchment (GVRD, 1999).
- Fish: coho & cutthroat / Estuary important for groundfish & marine animals (Waterfront)
- Wildlife: 83 bird species and 16 mammal species expected (Environmental, 1974)
- Vegetation: Coastal Western Hemlock Zone transition to Coastal Douglas-fir Zone
- Residential / Cove Cliff Elementary School
- Recreational: walking, dog-walking / Parks: Parkside Park and Deep Cove Park.
- Deep Cove Boat Rentals / Sanitary Pump Station
- Stream has been classified as endangered due to impacts (FRAP)
- Significant water quality problems (FRAP):
- Heavy urbanization has significantly affected the stream basin (FRAP): loss of riparian vegetation, rip rapping and channeling of stream, fish blockages (culverts)
- Several restoration/enhancement projects have been completed in the system by Cove Cliff Elementary school working with the District of North Vancouver. Projects have included construction of a side channel, incubation boxes, and stream cleanups.
- 1997 – GIS mapping - District of North Vancouver