Pond definition

Pond means a natural or man-made impoundment of water with a water surface area of one acre or less at the high water level.
Pond means a natural or artificially formed structure with an enclosed body of water more than six hundred (600) gallons.

Examples of Pond in a sentence

TM/13/02373/RD29 - 35 Fen Pond Road, Ightham, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 9JE.

These units are located in Iqloolik, Pangnirtung, Pond Inlet & Taloyoak; QEC is looking to dispose of these four units and will work with the GN and the municipalities in this process.

TM/13/02559/TNCAThe Black Barn, Ightham Court, Fen Pond Road, Ightham, Sevenoaks, Kent TN15 9JF.

Example: Stream Segment, Stream Associated Wetland, Lake or Pond IdentifierEnter a unique identifier for each stream segment, stream associated wetland, lake, or pond.

At the present time, the law firm has no pending matters with Noble’s Pond with the exception that his firm is the registered agent for the corporation at Noble’s Pond.


More Definitions of Pond

Pond means any naturally occurring or artificially created structure of 200 square feet or more which impounds surface water all or part of the year.
Pond means a naturally existing or artificially created body of standing water less than twenty (20) acres in size and not defined as “shorelines of the State” by Chapter 90.58 RCW (Shoreline Management Act). Ponds can include reservoirs which exist on a year-round basis and occur in a depression of land or expanded part of a stream. A pond is bounded by the ordinary high water mark or the extension of the elevation of the pond’s ordinary high water mark within the stream, where the stream enters the pond.
Pond means a naturally existing body of standing water, which exists on a year-round basis and occurs in a depression of land or expanded portion of a stream.
Pond means an open body of water, generally equal to or greater than 6.6 feet deep, that persists throughout the year and occurs in a depression of land or expanded part of a stream and has less than 30% percent aerial coverage by trees, shrubs, or persistent emergent vegetation. Ponds are generally smaller than lakes. Farm ponds, ponds built for the primary purpose of combating fires, stormwater facilities, are excluded from this definition. and Bbeaver ponds less thant are two years old or less are excluded from this definition.
Pond means an area permanently inundated by water in excess of six feet deep and less than twenty acres and larger than two thousand five hundred square feet in area as measured at the ordinary high water mark.
Pond means an earthen-bottomed rearing/holding unit for fish production.
Pond means an open body of water, generally equal to or greater than 6.6 feet deep, that persists