GREENBELT LK NR CLARENDON

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Greenbelt Lake is located near Clarendon, Texas and was constructed in 1938 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The lake was created by damming the Little Red River and covers an area of 1,973 acres. The lake serves as a primary source of drinking water for the nearby town of Clarendon. The hydrology of the area is influenced by the nearby Caprock Escarpment, which serves as a dividing line between the high plains and the rolling plains of Texas. The lake receives water from several small tributaries and also from snowmelt during the winter months. The lake is used for various recreational activities such as fishing, boating, and camping. The area surrounding the lake is primarily used for agriculture, with crops such as cotton and wheat being grown.

July 19, 2024

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Lake Or Reservoir Water Surface Elevation Above Ngvd 1929, Ft 24hr Change 0%
Percent of Normal 100%
Minimum 2,609.98 ft
2021-04-16
Maximum 2,653.98 ft
2024-01-17
Average 2,627 ft
Dam_Height 111
Hydraulic_Height 111
Drainage_Area 266
Year_Completed 1968
Nid_Storage 100500
Structural_Height 111
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
River_Or_Stream SALT FORK RED RIVER
Foundations Soil
Surface_Area 2020
Hazard_Potential Not Available
Outlet_Gates Uncontrolled - 2, Valve - 2
Dam_Length 8300
Nid_Height 111

Regional Streamflow

5

Cubic Feet Per Second

9

Cubic Feet Per Second

2

Cubic Feet Per Second

2

Cubic Feet Per Second

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