San Vicente Res Nr Lakeside Ca
June 9 2023
712 ft+0.01% today
107% of Normal • Normal
Water lake or reservoir water surface elevation above ngvd 1929, ft levels at San Vicente Res Nr Lakeside Ca are currently 712 ft, about 107% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 665.93ft.
Maximum recorded Lake or reservoir water surface elevation above NGVD 1929, ft since record keeping began in 2007 was 2020-05-01 when levels reached 745.52 ft. Lowest recorded Lake or reservoir water surface elevation above NGVD 1929, ft was 2009-10-12 when levels receded to 587.95 ft.
San Vicente Reservoir is located in Lakeside, California, and was constructed in 1943 to provide drinking water for the city of San Diego. It has a capacity of 242,000 acre-feet and is a key component of the region's water supply system. The reservoir is fed by the San Vicente Creek and the Santa Maria River, with surface water primarily provided by the Colorado River via the Colorado River Aqueduct. It also receives snowpack runoff from the Cuyamaca Mountains. The reservoir is used for water supply, hydroelectric power generation, and recreational activities such as boating and fishing. It also supports agricultural uses in the surrounding areas through irrigation. In recent years, the reservoir has been expanded and modernized to improve its water storage capabilities and earthquake resistance.
|Lake Or Reservoir Water Surface Elevation Above Ngvd 1929, Ft 24hr Change||0.01%|
|Percent of Normal||107%|
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