Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology

Grant Lake is a man-made reservoir situated in Mono County, California. The lake was created in 1916 by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power as a part of the Los Angeles Aqueduct system. The lake is fed by several sources, including Rush Creek and Lee Vining Creek, which are important surface flow providers, as well as snowpack melting during the spring and summer months. The water from the lake is used for irrigation of agricultural land in the surrounding area and also provides recreational activities such as fishing, boating, and camping. The lake is a vital hydrological resource in the area, and its water levels are closely monitored to ensure that it remains a sustainable source of water for the region.

July 20, 2024







Storage 24hr Change -0.14%
Percent of Normal 140%
Minimum 11,536 acre-ft
Maximum 49,547 acre-ft
Average 33,550 acre-ft
Dam_Height 87
Hydraulic_Height 72
Drainage_Area 60
Year_Completed 1940
Nid_Storage 47525
Surface_Area 1095
Hazard_Potential High
River_Or_Stream Rush Creek
Dam_Length 700
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
Nid_Height 87

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