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The City of San Diego's Water Levels are updated weekly; readings taken on November 6, 2017.

*based on November 5, 2017

Due to circumstances updates may be sporadic or late.

 

 

 

 

Reservoir Depth  
When    Full   
 Current 
Depth

Storage Capacity

(AF)

Current Storage

(AF)

Percent
Full
Spill MGD
Barrett 160.88 ft 121.17 ft 34,805.5 12,074.9 34.7 0
El Capitan 197.00 ft 133.65 ft 112,806.9 39,026.0 34.6 0
Hodges 115.00 ft 100.38 ft 30,632.6 17,130.0 55.9 0
Miramar 114.00 ft 102.30 ft 6,682.4 4,973.2 74.4 0
Morena 157.00 ft 97.08 ft 50,694.0 3,960.7 7.8 0
Murray* 95.00 ft 90.90 ft 4,684.2 4,027.1 86.0 0
Lower Otay 137.50 ft 132.66 ft 47,066.9 43,320.2 89.9 0
San Vicente 306.00 ft 266.30 ft 249,358.0 187,197.9 75.1 0
Sutherland 145.00 ft 109.56 ft 29,508.1

13,368.4

45.3 0

  AF=acre-foot; One acre-foot equals about 326,000 gallons, or enough water to cover an acre of land, about the size of a football field, one foot deep.

Launch Ramp Operation Levels

  Elevation & Gauge of Water Level at Spill Elevation & Gauge of Lowest Water Level for Operable Ramp
Reservoir Elevation Gauge Elevation Gauge
Barret 1,607.00' 160.88' No Ramp No Ramp
El Capitan 750.00' 197.00' 663.00' 110.00'
Hodges 315.00' 115.00' 292.00' 91.00'
Miramar 714.00' 114.00' 705.00' 105.00'
Murray 536.50' 95.00' 527.50' 86.00'
Otay 484.20' 137.50' 465.70' 119.00'
San Vicente 764.00' 306.00' 640.00' 180.00'
Sutherland 2,057.00' 145.00' 1,982.00' 70.00'

 

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