NEW HOGAN LAKE

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


New Hogan Lake is a reservoir located in Calaveras County, California. The lake was created in 1963 by the construction of the New Hogan Dam, which was built as a part of the Central Valley Project. The lake is primarily used for irrigation, flood control, and recreation purposes. It has a capacity of 337,000 acre-feet and covers an area of 4,400 acres. The hydrology of the lake is mainly attributed to the Calaveras River and the Bear Creek watersheds. Surface flow from these watersheds feeds the lake, as well as the snowpack during winter. The water from the lake is used for agricultural purposes in the surrounding area. The lake also provides recreational activities like hiking, fishing, camping, and boating.

July 19, 2024

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Humidity

Storage 24hr Change -0.25%
Percent of Normal 143%
Minimum 23,499 acre-ft
2015-12-18
Maximum 311,058 acre-ft
2006-04-05
Average 151,720 acre-ft
Nid_Height 210
Hydraulic_Height 195
Drainage_Area 363
Year_Completed 1963
Dam_Height 155
Structural_Height 210
River_Or_Stream CALAVERAS RIVER
Primary_Dam_Type Rockfill
Surface_Area 4400
Hazard_Potential High
Nid_Storage 317100
Dam_Length 1960

Regional Streamflow

304

Cubic Feet Per Second

114

Cubic Feet Per Second

196

Cubic Feet Per Second

0

Cubic Feet Per Second

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