June 9 2023
2,550 acre-ft0% today
106% of Normal • Normal
Water storage levels at Utica Reservoir are currently 2,550 acre-ft, about 106% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 2,390.67acre-ft.
Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2019 was 2023-05-19 when levels reached 2,584 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2021-02-08 when levels receded to 456 acre-ft.
Utica Reservoir is a popular outdoor recreational site located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. The reservoir was created in 1963 by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company for hydroelectric power generation. It has a capacity of 7,600 acre-feet and is fed by the South Fork of the Stanislaus River, which originates from snowmelt in the surrounding mountains. During the summer months, the reservoir provides water for agricultural use downstream in the Central Valley. The area surrounding the reservoir is known for its hiking and camping opportunities, and it is a popular destination for fishing, boating, and swimming. The snowmelt from the surrounding mountains contributes to the reservoir's water level, making it an important source of water for the region.
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