Storage Levels Hydrology Weather

California Santa Ana Watershed

Seven Oaks Dam

June 6 2023

2,192 acre-ft

-0.02% today
101% of Normal Normal

Water storage levels at Seven Oaks Dam are currently 2,192 acre-ft, about 101% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 2,161.91acre-ft.

Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2006 was 2019-03-22 when levels reached 2,310.89 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2007-09-04 when levels receded to 2,122.74 acre-ft.

The Seven Oaks Dam is a concrete gravity dam located in San Bernardino County, California. Built in 1999, it stands at 550 feet tall and spans 2,200 feet across the Santa Ana River. The dam was constructed to protect the cities of San Bernardino and Riverside from severe flooding. The hydrology of the region is heavily influenced by snowpack, which is the primary source of surface water for the Santa Ana River. The dam captures water from the river during wet seasons and releases it during dry seasons to support agricultural and recreational activities downstream. The dam has a capacity of 182,000 acre-feet and can hold up to 6.4 billion gallons of water. The area around the Seven Oaks Dam has become a popular destination for hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities.

Geolocation -117.098, 34.118
Elevation 2,610 ft
Storage 24hr Change -0.02%
Percent of Normal 101%
Minimum 2,122.74 acre-ft
Maximum 2,310.89 acre-ft
Average 2,162 acre-ft
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