Taylor Creek Watershed
- Taylor Creek is fed by ground and surface water originating on the slopes of Mt. Seymour (Golder Associates, 1979). Taylor crosses Anne MacDonald Way, Mount Seymour Parkway, flows southwest through the Burrard Band Reserve and across Dollarton Highway into Burrard Inlet.
- Fish: Cutthroat Trout
- Wildlife: estimated that at least 83 bird species and 15 mammal species occur
- Vegetation: - Coastal Western Hemlock, dry subzone.
- Parks: Mount Seymour Provincial Park, Garibaldi Park
- Residential: single and multi-family housing
- Reserve: Burrard Inlet First Nations Reserve
- Commercial: Parkgate Mall & Northlands, Seymour & Takaya Golf Courses
- District of North Vancouver: Parkgate Library, Parkgate Community Centre and Skateboard Park
- Impact of the Parkgate Community Centre and Skateboard Park (NSSK, 2001)
- Clearing for development removes much of the forest and cover (Environment Research Consultants, 1975)
- 9 storm drains flow into Taylor Creek
- Water quality in the natural watercourses is likely to deteriorate as a result of development of the area. (Environment Research Consultants, 1975)
- Taylor Creek is surrounded by 3 golf courses.
Watershed Projects and Good News
- 1993 - Stream improvement beside Hamber Place
- Stream improvement below Mount Seymour Parkway
- Home to a strong population of cutthroat