Prosser Creek Reservoir
June 6 2023
13,589 acre-ft+5.03% today
78% of Normal • Low
Water storage levels at Prosser Creek Reservoir are currently 13,589 acre-ft, about 78% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 17,645.43acre-ft.
Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2004 was 2019-07-08 when levels reached 30,220 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2004-12-21 when levels receded to 4,506 acre-ft.
Prosser Creek Reservoir is a man-made lake in Nevada County, California. It was created in 1962 as part of the Prosser Creek Dam project by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. The reservoir has a capacity of 49,000 acre-feet and is operated for irrigation, flood control, and recreation purposes. The hydrology of the reservoir is mainly fed by the Prosser Creek along with tributaries from the surrounding mountains. The surface flow is mainly from snowmelt during the spring and early summer months. The snowpack providers are the Sierra Nevada mountains, which provide most of the water supply for the region. The reservoir provides water to agricultural lands in Nevada and Placer Counties and also serves as a popular recreational spot for boating, fishing, and camping.
|Storage 24hr Change||5.03%|
|Percent of Normal||78%|