James River

The James River Watershed comprises of approximately 96 square miles, which make up most of northern and downtown Suffolk. It contains the northwestern and central portions of Suffolk and extends up to Isle of Wight. The primary outfalls for this watershed are Chuckatuck Creek and the Nansemond River. Although a large portion of its land mass is zoned mostly for agricultural use, it currently contains the most densely populated regions of the City.
James River Watershed Map