JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Joe's Valley Reservoir in Utah was created in 1968 as a storage reservoir for irrigation water. It is fed by several small streams, including Cottonwood Creek and Bear Creek, and has a capacity of 8,400 acre-feet. The reservoir provides water for agricultural uses and is also popular for recreational activities such as fishing, camping, and boating. The reservoir is located in a high desert climate, with low annual precipitation and snowfall. Water levels can fluctuate greatly depending on the amount of snowmelt and runoff. The reservoir is surrounded by steep mountains and cliffs, and the surrounding area is popular for rock climbing. The reservoir is managed by the Utah Division of Water Resources and is an important source of water for the local community.

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Storage 24hr Change -0.24%
Percent of Normal 112%
Minimum 271 acre-ft
1972-12-08
Maximum 65,031 acre-ft
2006-06-06
Average 55,579 acre-ft

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