Texas Reservoirs

Monitored Water Supply Reservoirs are 62.7% full on 2014-10-31

Date Percent Full Reservoir Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Capacity
(acre-ft)
Today 2014-10-31 62.7 24,031,982 19,642,927 31,347,634
Yesterday 2014-10-30 62.7 24,036,987 19,647,131 31,347,634
2 days ago 2014-10-29 62.8 24,075,353 19,678,850 31,347,634
1 week ago 2014-10-24 63.1 24,193,098 19,773,924 31,347,634
1 month ago 2014-09-30 63.8 24,343,298 20,064,738 31,471,264
3 months ago 2014-07-31 66.9 25,495,759 21,040,831 31,471,264
6 months ago 2014-04-30 64.3 24,775,387 20,312,102 31,566,650
1 year ago 2013-10-31 62.0 23,968,694 19,437,886 31,347,634
*

Percent Full is based on Conservation Storage and Conservation Capacity.

**

Water supply reservoirs include reservoirs which provide water for all beneficial purposes such as power generation, recreation, and municipal water supply. Today's total is subject to change as data are updated. See footnotes on individual lakes for cases where special conditions apply.

Recent Conditions

Reservoir Percent Full Water Level
(ft)
Height Above Conservation Pool
(ft)
Reservoir Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Capacity
(acre-ft)
Surface Area
(acres)
Abilene 3.4 1,988.23 -24.07 267 267 7,900 88
Addicks 1 0.0 68.85 -45.15 46 46 202,128 - n.a. -
Alan Henry 75.2 2,210.43 -9.57 71,264 71,264 94,808 2,215
Amistad 2as of 2014-10-30 60.5 1,084.78 -32.22 1,626,478 1,114,592 1,840,849 39,530
Amon G Carter 50.6 912.17 -7.83 10,542 9,758 19,266 980
Aquilla 86.6 535.48 -2.02 38,606 38,500 44,460 2,809
Arlington 57.2 540.48 -9.52 22,994 22,994 40,188 1,584
Arrowhead 19.0 906.38 -19.62 43,844 43,844 230,359 5,281
Athensas of 2014-10-30 90.1 438.30 -1.70 26,553 26,513 29,435 1,619
Austin 95.9 492.17 -0.63 23,597 22,988 23,972 1,544
B A Steinhagen 91.1 82.42 -0.58 60,981 60,970 66,961 10,091
Bardwell 86.4 418.94 -2.06 40,189 39,839 46,122 2,966
Barker 3 0.0 71.69 -35.31 2 0 206,860 - n.a. -
Belton 70.1 582.13 -11.87 304,948 304,948 435,225 9,839
Benbrook 67.9 685.57 -8.43 58,149 58,149 85,648 2,906
Bob Sandlin 88.6 334.89 -2.61 179,891 168,980 190,822 8,116
Bonham 73.7 562.05 -2.95 8,137 8,125 11,027 904
Brady Creek 27.6 1,726.95 -16.05 9,576 7,954 28,808 793
Bridgeport 38.5 812.22 -23.78 141,126 141,126 366,236 7,071
Brownwood 47.4 1,411.75 -12.85 61,030 61,030 128,839 4,128
Buchanan 35.5 986.29 -31.71 305,585 290,384 816,904 11,823
Caddo 4 84.7 168.20 -0.30 119,873 25,334 29,898 25,985
Canyon 76.2 897.03 -11.97 288,606 288,535 378,781 6,867
Cedar Creek 74.2 316.47 -5.53 478,594 478,495 644,686 27,497
Champion Creek 6.0 2,035.54 -47.46 2,491 2,491 41,580 288
Choke Canyon 26.0 192.86 -27.64 180,705 180,696 695,262 11,508
Cisco 46.2 1,502.39 -17.61 11,974 11,974 25,895 565
Coleman 32.4 1,698.61 -18.89 12,352 12,334 38,075 853
Coleto Creek 68.5 93.74 -4.26 21,275 21,275 31,040 - n.a. -
Colorado City 22.1 2,047.47 -22.73 6,789 6,789 30,758 - n.a. -
Conroe 96.8 200.33 -0.67 403,080 403,029 416,177 19,333
Corpus Christi 49.7 86.12 -7.88 127,957 127,658 256,961 13,489
Crook 98.9 475.90 -0.10 9,106 9,091 9,195 1,046
Cypress Springs 97.7 377.52 -0.48 65,212 65,212 66,756 3,197
Danielas of 2014-02-19 - n.a. - -999,999.00 -1,001,277.00 - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. -
E V Spence 2.7 1,826.75 -71.25 13,828 13,828 517,272 1,398
Eagle Mountainas of 2014-10-30 55.4 638.50 -10.60 99,734 99,734 179,880 6,226
Electraas of 2013-12-04 - n.a. - -999,999.00 -1,001,110.00 - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. -
Elephant Butte 5as of 2014-10-30 9.3 4,309.11 -97.89 183,116 183,116 1,973,358 - n.a. -
Falcon 2as of 2014-10-30 25.2 269.78 -31.32 768,350 390,663 1,551,007 38,442
Forkas of 2014-10-30 74.4 396.59 -6.41 481,628 450,185 605,061 22,325
Fort Phantom Hill 31.5 1,618.71 -17.19 22,064 22,058 70,030 1,856
Georgetown 54.9 775.72 -15.28 20,297 20,216 36,823 886
Graham 39.2 1,060.75 -15.55 17,746 17,732 45,288 1,429
Granbury 54.3 683.14 -9.86 70,528 69,563 128,046 4,327
Granger 100.0 504.27 0.27 51,895 50,779 50,779 4,343
Grapevine 57.6 522.74 -12.26 94,809 94,808 164,703 4,857
Greenbeltas of 2014-10-30 12.1 2,619.13 -44.87 7,706 7,274 59,968 488
Halbert 66.1 364.16 -3.84 3,985 3,985 6,033 488
Hords Creek 37.3 1,884.66 -15.34 3,250 3,146 8,443 227
Houston 100.0 41.99 0.26 127,323 120,686 120,686 10,316
Houston County 98.9 259.85 -0.15 17,472 16,920 17,113 1,286
Hubbard Creek 14.4 1,153.98 -29.33 52,832 45,916 318,067 4,307
Hubert H Mossas of 2014-10-30 83.2 711.09 -3.91 20,125 20,028 24,058 974
Inks 93.0 887.24 -1.26 13,276 12,982 13,962 755
J B Thomas 46.5 2,239.76 -18.24 93,666 92,993 199,931 4,715
Jacksonville 98.0 421.55 -0.45 25,213 25,151 25,670 1,146
Jim Chapman 35.2 428.16 -11.84 130,154 91,556 260,332 10,526
Joe Pool 92.7 520.25 -1.75 164,115 162,578 175,358 - n.a. -
Kempas of 2014-10-30 23.1 1,121.08 -24.42 62,279 62,153 268,811 4,269
Kickapoo 27.0 1,029.74 -15.26 23,329 23,329 86,345 2,530
Lake O' the Pinesas of 2014-10-30 98.8 228.33 -0.17 238,375 238,375 241,363 17,518
Lavon 47.0 479.33 -12.67 193,954 190,982 406,388 13,679
Leon 62.3 1,367.43 -7.57 17,320 16,506 26,476 1,104
Lewisville 68.8 514.85 -7.15 423,421 387,747 563,228 21,649
Limestone 87.5 360.84 -2.16 182,067 182,065 208,014 11,653
Livingston 98.1 130.54 -0.46 1,758,359 1,751,998 1,785,348 81,632
Lost Creek 61.7 996.24 -13.26 7,379 7,379 11,950 - n.a. -
Lyndon B Johnson 95.9 824.60 -0.40 130,632 110,330 115,056 6,092
Mackenzieas of 2014-10-30 7.4 3,009.95 -90.05 3,439 3,439 46,450 182
Martinas of 2014-10-30 86.8 303.82 -2.18 65,182 65,182 75,116 4,383
Medina 3.5 975.37 -88.83 8,849 8,849 254,823 687
Meredith 6as of 2014-10-30 5.2 2,857.80 -78.70 64,432 26,018 500,000 3,948
Millers Creek 7.5 1,311.08 -22.92 3,288 2,005 26,768 437
Mineral Wells 49.6 854.71 -8.29 3,353 3,353 6,760 265
Monticello 99.3 339.88 -0.12 34,495 34,495 34,740 1,990
Mountain Creekas of 2014-10-30 100.0 457.53 0.53 24,200 22,850 22,850 2,831
Murvaul 95.6 264.81 -0.49 36,617 36,617 38,285 3,374
Nacogdochesas of 2014-10-30 95.6 278.19 -0.81 37,785 37,783 39,522 2,108
Natural Dam 7 48.6 2,447.33 -9.67 26,512 26,512 54,560 2,276
Navarro Mills 84.1 422.75 -1.75 41,882 41,881 49,827 4,393
New Terrell City 77.9 501.68 -2.32 6,694 6,683 8,583 751
Noconaas of 2014-10-30 32.2 813.52 -13.98 7,201 6,897 21,444 711
North Fork Buffalo Creekas of 2014-10-30 0.2 1,025.04 -22.96 32 32 15,400 42
O C Fisher 1.2 1,853.00 -55.00 2,404 1,471 119,445 260
O H Ivie 15.5 1,509.41 -42.09 85,893 85,893 554,340 - n.a. -
Oak Creek 15.9 1,974.98 -25.02 6,382 6,232 39,210 577
Palestine 95.1 344.16 -0.84 354,916 354,911 373,199 21,953
Palo Duroas of 2014-10-30 1.9 2,835.37 -56.63 1,188 1,188 61,066 - n.a. -
Palo Pinto 11.0 848.62 -18.68 3,343 2,955 26,827 450
Pat Cleburne 67.2 727.68 -5.82 17,485 17,485 26,008 1,316
Pat Mayse 92.1 449.38 -1.62 108,853 104,693 113,683 5,394
Possum Kingdom 61.4 984.92 -15.08 331,716 331,716 540,340 11,162
Proctor 30.0 1,149.48 -12.52 16,652 16,652 55,457 1,950
Ray Hubbard 59.2 425.57 -9.93 267,637 267,637 452,040 15,862
Ray Roberts 75.4 625.06 -7.44 594,507 594,184 788,167 23,628
Red Bluff 85.2 2,824.27 -3.13 128,753 128,753 151,110 - n.a. -
Richland-Chambers 65.1 305.22 -9.78 732,592 707,668 1,087,839 33,825
Sam Rayburn 90.2 161.84 -2.56 2,595,395 2,576,439 2,857,077 105,763
Somerville 92.7 237.00 -1.00 136,435 136,435 147,104 10,499
Squaw Creek 98.7 774.39 -0.61 149,352 149,329 151,250 3,134
Stamford 10.8 1,399.93 -16.87 5,570 5,567 51,570 1,047
Stillhouse Hollow 68.7 609.02 -12.98 156,568 156,514 227,771 4,589
Sulphur Springsas of 2014-10-30 90.0 457.97 -0.98 15,966 15,966 17,747 - n.a. -
Sweetwater 13.6 2,088.48 -28.02 1,674 1,674 12,267 181
Tawakonias of 2014-10-30 58.1 426.06 -11.44 506,345 506,337 871,685 26,453
Texana 78.9 40.13 -3.87 126,097 125,818 159,566 8,276
Texoma 8 82.9 610.64 -6.36 2,086,219 1,043,106 1,258,113 61,843
Toledo Bend 9as of 2014-10-30 86.6 168.44 -3.56 3,890,227 1,945,114 2,245,752 165,477
Travis 31.9 622.74 -58.26 376,248 354,640 1,113,348 8,301
Twin Buttes 3.2 1,892.23 -47.97 9,607 5,858 182,454 945
Tyleras of 2014-10-30 94.9 374.58 -0.80 76,367 69,425 73,161 4,607
Waco 87.5 459.20 -2.80 166,123 165,917 189,567 7,591
Waxahachie 70.1 526.02 -5.48 8,164 7,558 10,780 520
Weatherfordas of 2014-10-30 52.0 887.02 -8.98 9,255 9,255 17,812 836
White River 5.3 2,343.60 -28.60 3,550 1,584 29,880 505
Whitney 65.2 522.76 -10.24 361,724 360,865 553,344 15,493
Worth 65.5 590.37 -3.63 21,951 21,951 33,495 2,814
Wright Patman 100.0 225.23 4.03 238,292 135,069 135,069 26,513
footnotes
1

Addicks Reservoir is a flood control lake. It is not used for water supply and under normal conditions it is empty.

2

Lake Amistad and Lake Falcon straddle the border of Texas and Mexico. By treaty, Texas has rights to 56.2% of the total conservation capacity of Amistad and 58.6% of the total conservation capacity of Falcon. The fraction of the actual storage that belongs to Texas is formally determined biweekly by the International Boundary Water Commission (IBWC). The IBWC is the legal repository of data related to this lake for treaty purposes and official versions of the datasets should be obtained directly from them. Conservation capacity is based on the fixed percent of total conservation capacity. Conservation storage is based on the bi-weekly changing Texas share.

3

Barker Reservoir is a flood control lake. It is not used for water supply and under normal conditions it is empty.

4

Caddo Lake straddles the border of Texas and Louisiana, Texas has rights to 50% of Lake Caddo's total conservation capacity. Percent full, conservation storage and conservation capacity are based on the Texas share.

5

Elephant Butte Lake (located in New Mexico) is governed by the Rio Grande Compact. The Rio Grande Compact is an interstate compact signed in 1938 between the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Chihuahua (Mexico) and approved by the U.S. Congress, to equitably apportion the waters of the Rio Grande Basin. Water from the lake supplies irrigation water as well as about 50% of El Paso's supply when available.

6

Lake Meredith is governed by the Canadian River Compact. The States of New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma are all parties to the compact created by agreement of the three states and the federal government in 1950. According to the compact, New Mexico can hold 200,000 acre-feet in Ute Lake before it has to release water to Texas. Texas also can only hold 500,000 acre-feet in Lake Meredith before it has to release water for Oklahoma.

7

Natural Dam Lake is a flood control lake. It is not used for water supply and under normal conditions it is empty.

8

Lake Texoma straddles the border of Texas and Oklahoma, Texas has rights to 50% of Lake Texoma's total conservation capacity. Percent full, conservation storage and conservation capacity are based on the Texas share.

9

Toledo Bend Reservoir straddles the border of Texas and Louisiana, Texas has rights to 50% of Toledo Bend Reservoir's total conservation capacity. Percent full, conservation storage and conservation capacity are based on the Texas share.