Breakneck Creek is a valuable natural resource, and many organizations are available to help you be good stewards of the watershed that sustains it.
The Breakneck Creek Watershed Coalition is a group of concerned citizens, local governments, non-profit organizatons and resource agencies that meets regularly to learn more about the watershed and work toward its conservation.

please click here to download a membership form.
Or you can call Christine Craycroft at the Portage Park District at

Other agencies and organizations are also working to protect and restore the watershed.
They include:

Portage Park District - for information about the Breakneck Creek Coalition, parks, trails, environmental education, conservation easements and other options for preserving land -
128 N. Prospect St. • Ravenna, OH 44266 • (330) 297-7728 •

Portage Soil and Water Conservation District - for information on Best Management Practices for farms and construction sites, storm water management, tree planting, environmental education, conservation easements and other options for preserving land -
6970 SR 88 • Ravenna, OH 44266 • (330) 297-7633 •

Portage County Regional Planning Commission - for information about mapping, planning, zoning and subdivision developent -
124 N. Prospect St. • Ravenna, OH 44266 • (330) 297-3613 •

Portage Water Resources Department - for information about County water supplies and source water protection -
449 S. Meridian St. • Ravenna, OH 44266 • (330) 297-3670 •

Portage Health District - for information about septic systems and water testing -
449 S. Meridian St. • Ravenna, OH 44266 • (330) 296-9919 •

Portage Solid Waste District - for information about hazardous waste disposal, recycling and landfills -
3588 Mogadore Rd. • Kent, OH 44240 • (330) 678-8808 •

Western Reserve Land Conservancy - for information about conservation easements and other options for conserving your land -
P.O. Box 314 • Novelty, OH 44072 • (440) 729-9631 •

The Cuyahoga River Community Planning Organization (CRCPO)
is host to the Cuyahoga River Remedial Action Plan (RAP) and
the Cuyahoga American Heritage River Initiative.

We work with partners, stakeholders and communities
in five Northeast Ohio counties to restore and revitalize the
Cuyahoga River Watershed and Areas Of Concern, and
to improve water quality in the watershed and Lake Erie.

Eventually, this site will offer more information on our watersheds, the
tributary groups working in the region, and more prospects for restoration than
you ever dreamed existed. Until then, learn more about our programs by visiting

CRCPO • 1299 Superior Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44114