STATELINE RESERVOIR

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Stateline Reservoir is a man-made reservoir located in Utah that was created in the 1950s to store water from the Bear River for irrigation purposes. The reservoir has a capacity of 42,300 acre-feet and is managed by the State of Utah's Division of Water Resources. The reservoir is fed by several surface flows, including the Bear River and the Little Bear River, as well as by snowpack meltwater. The water from the reservoir is primarily used for agricultural irrigation, with some water also being used for recreational activities such as fishing and boating. Despite its importance for agriculture in the area, the reservoir has faced challenges in recent years due to drought and the over-allocation of water rights.

June 13, 2024

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Humidity

Storage 24hr Change -0.21%
Percent of Normal 121%
Minimum 1,183 acre-ft
1980-03-03
Maximum 14,437 acre-ft
2011-06-30
Average 11,662 acre-ft
Dam_Height 10
Hydraulic_Height 3
Year_Completed 1979
Nid_Storage 15932
Structural_Height 10
Foundations Rock
River_Or_Stream EAST FORK SMITH CREEK
Dam_Length 130
Hazard_Potential High
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
Nid_Height 10

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