U SAN LEANDRO

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology

California Reservoirs San Francisco Bay Watershed

U San Leandro

RESERVOIR REPORT
February 20 2024

36,530 acre-ft

+0.08% today
102% of Normal Normal

Water storage levels at U San Leandro are currently 36,530 acre-ft, about 102% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 35,515acre-ft. Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2021 was 2023-01-11 when levels reached 41,250 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2021-10-09 when levels receded to 21,550 acre-ft. View historical levels.

San Leandro Creek is a major watershed located in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. The creek flows 11 miles from its headwaters in the Oakland Hills through the cities of San Leandro and Hayward, eventually emptying into San Francisco Bay. Historically, the creek and surrounding area were inhabited by the Ohlone people. Today, the creek serves as a critical source of water for local communities and agriculture, with surface flow provided by the East Bay Municipal Utility District and snowpack providers including the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The watershed also supports agricultural activities such as vineyards and farming, as well as recreational activities like hiking and fishing. However, the creek and surrounding area face challenges from pollution, erosion, and urbanization.

Geolocation -122.102, 37.764
Elevation 477 ft
Storage 24hr Change 0.08%
Percent of Normal 102%
Minimum 21,550 acre-ft
2021-10-09
Maximum 41,250 acre-ft
2023-01-11
Average 35,515 acre-ft
AREA SURFACE FLOWS
Streamgauge Streamflow Stage
LAGUNITAS C NR PT REYES STATION CA 1,280 cfs 7.9 ft
THREEMILE SLOUGH NR RIO VISTA CA 463 cfs 6.0 ft
LITTLE POTATO SLOUGH A TERMINOUS CA 4 cfs 18.4 ft
NOVATO C A NOVATO CA 130 cfs 4.5 ft
SAN LORENZO R A BIG TREES CA 1,330 cfs 8.2 ft
MOKELUMNE R A ANDRUS ISLAND NR TERMINOUS CA 1,250 cfs 16.7 ft
MAACAMA C NR KELLOGG CA 1,390 cfs 9.9 ft

Historical Data

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