Storage Levels Hydrology Weather

California San Francisco Bay Watershed


June 6 2023

9,320 acre-ft

None% today
None% of Normal Very Low

Water storage levels at Chabot are currently 9,320 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 2023-01-11 when levels reached 12,010 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2021-10-16 when levels receded to 7,060 acre-ft.

Chabot Reservoir is a man-made lake located in Alameda County, California. It was created in 1874 by the construction of an earthen dam across San Leandro Creek to provide water for the growing population of Oakland. The reservoir has a capacity of 3.2 billion gallons and is used as a major water supply source for the East Bay Municipal Utility District. The hydrology of Chabot is primarily fed by San Leandro Creek and a network of smaller tributaries. The snowpack from the Sierra Nevada Mountains also contributes to the reservoir's water supply. The water from Chabot is mainly used for domestic purposes, irrigation, and recreation. The reservoir is a popular spot for fishing, boating, hiking, and picnicking. The surrounding area is also home to several parks, including the Anthony Chabot Regional Park.

Geolocation -122.122, 37.730
Elevation 250 ft
Storage 24hr Change None%
Percent of Normal None%
Minimum 7,060 acre-ft
Maximum 12,010 acre-ft
Average acre-ft
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