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California Coyote Watershed

Guadalupe Reservoir

June 6 2023

2,067 acre-ft

None% today
None% of Normal Very Low

Water storage levels at Guadalupe Reservoir are currently 2,067 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 5,970,706,231,721,980 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2021-10-23 when levels receded to 346 acre-ft.

Guadalupe Reservoir in California was constructed in 1959 and is located in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The reservoir is fed by the Guadalupe Creek and is a part of the Santa Clara Valley Water District's water supply system. The hydrology of the reservoir is largely dependent on surface flow from the creek and snowpack providers in the surrounding mountains. The reservoir provides water for agricultural and recreational purposes, including irrigation and fishing. However, due to the ongoing drought in California, the water level in the reservoir has been lower than usual, affecting its ability to meet the water needs of the surrounding communities. Additionally, the reservoir has experienced issues with algae blooms and contamination in recent years, leading to temporary closures for recreational use.

Geolocation -121.881, 37.200
Elevation 488 ft
Storage 24hr Change None%
Percent of Normal None%
Minimum 346 acre-ft
Maximum 5,970,706,231,721,980 acre-ft
Average acre-ft
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