Hubbard Ck Res nr Breckenridge

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Hubbard Creek Reservoir is a man-made lake located in Stephens County, Texas, near the city of Breckenridge. It was completed in 1965 by the Brazos River Authority for the purpose of providing water supply and flood protection. The reservoir has a capacity of 36,280 acre-feet and covers an area of 14,922 acres. The hydrology of the reservoir is primarily fed by Hubbard Creek, which flows through the area. The lake is also fed by several smaller tributaries, and there are several surface flow providers that help maintain the water levels. Snowpack is not a significant contributor to the reservoir. Hubbard Creek Reservoir is used for agricultural purposes and also offers recreational activities such as boating, fishing, and camping.

June 15, 2024

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Lake Or Reservoir Water Surface Elevation Above Navd 1988, Ft 24hr Change 0%
Percent of Normal 100%
Minimum 1,151.97 ft
2015-05-07
Maximum 1,185.41 ft
2021-06-02
Average 1,175 ft
Dam_Height 112
Hydraulic_Height 109
Drainage_Area 1133
Years_Modified 1994 - Structural
Year_Completed 1962
Nid_Storage 829983
Structural_Height 112
Foundations Rock, Soil
Surface_Area 14922
Hazard_Potential Not Available
Outlet_Gates Other Controlled - 2, Uncontrolled - 2
River_Or_Stream HUBBARD CREEK
Dam_Length 15150
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
Nid_Height 112

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