June 6 2023
171,964 acre-ftNone% today
None% of Normal • Very Low
Water storage levels at Casitas are currently 171,964 acre-ft, about None% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately Noneacre-ft.
Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2021 was 2023-04-26 when levels reached 171,964 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2022-11-30 when levels receded to 70,878 acre-ft.
Casitas in California refer to small, artificially created reservoirs or lakes primarily used for hydroelectric power generation, irrigation, and recreation. The history of these reservoirs dates back to the early 1900s when the demand for water in the region increased due to the growth of agriculture and urbanization. Today, Casitas are managed and operated by various agencies such as Ventura County Watershed Protection District and Casitas Municipal Water District. These agencies are responsible for ensuring the availability of water supply to the residents of the region. Furthermore, Casitas receive water from both surface flow and snowpack providers such as the Santa Ana River and the Ventura River. The reservoirs are also used for recreational purposes such as boating, swimming, and fishing, while the surrounding agricultural lands rely on the reservoirs for irrigation.
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|Pine Flat Dam|
|Friant Dam (Millerton)|
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