Beyond river restoration focused on the inside region of main streams up to now, the river restoration including the outside region of streams has been started recently. As a part of this attempt, the restoration of abandoned rivers has been tried, but the development of a suitable model to quantitatively assess the improvement of hydraulic and ecological connectivity is not still satisfying. In this study, a grid - based hydraulic analysis model to evaluate the recovery of ecological connectivity through the restoration of abandoned rivers has been developed. In order to examine the applicability of this model, the ecohydaulic connectivity of the Cheongmi River Project area in Notap region was evaluated. This model can promptly and simply analyze the temporal and spatial distribution of the hydraulic and ecological characteristics, and it can be used as a appropriate tool to assess the hydraulic and ecological connectivity in the future.