The Bill Williams River is a 46.3-mile-long (74.5 km) river in west-central Arizona where it, along with its tributary, the Santa Maria River, form the boundary between Mohave County to the north and La Paz County to the south. It is a major drainage westwards into the Colorado River of the Lower Colorado River Valley south of Hoover Dam and Lake Mead, and the drainage basin covers portions of northwest, and west-central Arizona. The equivalent drainage system paralleling the east–west lower reaches of the Bill Williams is the Gila River, which flows east-to-west across central Arizona, joining the Colorado River ... Source: Wikipedia
Maximum discharge on the river today is recorded at the Bill Williams River Below Alamo Dam with a streamflow rate of 27.4 cfs. This is also the deepest point on the Bill Williams River, reporting a gauge stage of 12.3 ft. This river is monitored from 2 different streamgauging stations along the Bill Williams River, the first of which is perched at an elevation of 975 ft, the Bill Williams River Below Alamo Dam .
|Location||Streamflow||River Stage||Air Temp||Elevation|
Bill Williams River Below Alamo Dam
|27 cfs||12.3 ft|
Bill Williams River Near Parker
|14 cfs||4.77 ft|