Silver Lake Reservoir

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Silver Lake Reservoir is a man-made body of water located in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California. Constructed in 1907, it was a crucial component of the area's water supply system. However, due to drought conditions, the reservoir was drained in 2015. The reservoir's hydrology is dependent on the surrounding mountains' snowpack, which provides the majority of the area's water supply. In addition, surface flow from the Los Angeles River and local groundwater also contributes to the reservoir's water levels. The reservoir was not used for agricultural purposes, but it provided recreational opportunities for nearby communities, including jogging, walking, and fishing. Despite its current dry state, plans are in place to restore the reservoir and reintroduce it to the community as a public space.

June 13, 2024

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Humidity

Storage 24hr Change 0.35%
Percent of Normal 116%
Minimum 317 acre-ft
2021-03-23
Maximum 9,266 acre-ft
2024-06-06
Average 7,757 acre-ft
Nid_Height 32
Hydraulic_Height 28
Drainage_Area 15.2
Year_Completed 1876
Dam_Height 32
Structural_Height 30
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
Surface_Area 525
Outlet_Gates Tainter (radial) - 2
Nid_Storage 13130
River_Or_Stream Silver Fork American River
Dam_Length 280
Hazard_Potential High

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