Texas Reservoirs

Monitored Water Supply Reservoirs are 81.8% full on 2015-09-04

Date Percent Full Reservoir Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Capacity
(acre-ft)
Today 2015-09-04 81.8 30,857,561 25,698,234 31,432,939
Yesterday 2015-09-03 81.8 30,887,969 25,713,204 31,432,939
2 days ago 2015-09-02 81.9 30,963,523 25,753,394 31,432,939
1 week ago 2015-08-28 82.5 31,369,616 25,929,900 31,432,939
1 month ago 2015-08-04 84.3 33,993,180 26,502,034 31,432,939
3 months ago 2015-06-04 83.6 39,328,246 26,270,325 31,432,939
6 months ago 2015-03-04 66.1 25,686,250 20,715,550 31,317,032
1 year ago 2014-09-04 64.2 24,474,331 20,190,568 31,432,939
*

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.


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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 1,988.21 -24.09 265 265 7,900 87
Addicks 1 0.0 72.33 -41.67 75 75 202,128 - n.a. -
Alan Henry 97.3 2,219.06 -0.94 92,282 92,282 94,808 2,657
Amistad 2as of 2015-09-03 62.4 1,088.77 -28.23 1,787,058 1,148,765 1,840,849 42,533
Amon G Carter 97.8 919.71 -0.29 19,630 18,846 19,266 1,469
Aquilla 91.6 536.25 -1.25 40,816 40,710 44,460 2,926
Arlington 74.3 544.45 -5.55 29,849 29,849 40,188 1,811
Arrowhead 96.4 925.42 -0.58 222,033 222,033 230,359 14,207
Athensas of 2015-09-03 93.6 438.94 -1.06 27,642 27,601 29,503 1,689
Austin 96.3 492.24 -0.56 23,705 23,096 23,972 1,547
B A Steinhagen 94.2 82.63 -0.37 63,119 63,108 66,961 10,265
Bardwell 97.6 420.64 -0.36 45,348 44,998 46,122 3,106
Barker 3 0.1 79.74 -27.26 244 104 206,860 0
Belton 99.7 593.91 -0.09 434,134 434,134 435,225 12,119
Benbrook 82.2 689.57 -4.43 70,376 70,376 85,648 3,227
Bob Sandlin 93.4 336.02 -1.48 189,177 178,266 190,822 8,325
Bonham 83.8 563.24 -1.76 9,258 9,246 11,027 972
Brady Creek 33.7 1,729.07 -13.93 11,337 9,715 28,808 931
Bridgeport 93.4 833.91 -2.09 342,187 342,187 366,236 11,365
Brownwood 94.5 1,423.49 -1.11 121,783 121,783 128,839 6,272
Buchanan 71.6 1,006.45 -11.55 600,302 585,100 816,904 17,932
Caddo 4 100.0 168.82 0.32 135,847 29,898 29,898 27,432
Canyon 97.4 907.78 -1.22 368,889 368,818 378,781 8,096
Cedar Creek 93.6 320.72 -1.28 603,823 603,724 644,686 31,342
Champion Creek 13.8 2,044.15 -38.85 5,718 5,718 41,580 451
Choke Canyon 36.6 198.60 -21.90 254,752 254,743 695,262 14,469
Cisco 70.7 1,511.53 -8.47 18,299 18,299 25,895 777
Coleman 70.4 1,710.82 -6.68 26,825 26,807 38,075 1,529
Coleto Creek 92.8 97.05 -0.95 28,812 28,812 31,040 - n.a. -
Colorado City 30.3 2,051.19 -19.01 9,321 9,321 30,758 - n.a. -
Conroe 94.5 199.81 -1.19 393,166 393,115 416,177 18,764
Corpus Christi 88.8 92.39 -1.61 228,357 228,058 256,961 17,648
Crook 86.3 474.78 -1.22 7,954 7,939 9,195 1,010
Cypress Springs 93.5 376.64 -1.36 62,426 62,426 66,756 3,136
E V Spence 7.3 1,838.60 -59.40 37,720 37,720 517,272 2,751
Eagle Mountainas of 2015-09-03 93.2 647.65 -1.45 167,622 167,622 179,880 8,321
Elephant Butte 5as of 2015-09-03 9.3 4,309.06 -97.94 182,779 182,779 1,973,358 - n.a. -
Falcon 2as of 2015-09-03 45.4 282.22 -18.88 1,342,392 704,207 1,551,007 54,112
Forkas of 2015-09-03 94.5 401.71 -1.29 603,159 571,716 605,061 25,265
Fort Phantom Hill 63.4 1,628.28 -7.62 44,430 44,424 70,030 2,900
Georgetown 81.6 785.44 -5.56 30,128 30,047 36,823 1,148
Graham 91.7 1,073.45 -1.55 41,549 41,535 45,288 2,338
Granbury 99.0 692.54 -0.16 125,508 124,543 125,756 7,561
Granger 100.0 504.08 0.08 51,107 50,779 50,779 - n.a. -
Grapevine 100.0 539.98 4.98 201,247 164,703 164,703 7,881
Greenbeltas of 2015-09-03 21.6 2,628.61 -35.39 13,404 12,972 59,968 699
Halbert 82.4 366.09 -1.91 4,972 4,972 6,033 534
Hords Creek 39.3 1,885.39 -14.61 3,424 3,320 8,443 237
Houston 100.0 42.37 0.64 131,297 120,686 120,686 - n.a. -
Houston County 91.3 258.82 -1.18 16,171 15,619 17,113 1,240
Hubbard Creek 34.0 1,164.62 -18.69 114,914 107,998 318,067 7,546
Hubert H Mossas of 2015-09-03 95.2 713.91 -1.09 22,992 22,895 24,058 1,053
Inks 93.7 887.37 -1.13 13,375 13,081 13,962 761
J B Thomas 76.0 2,250.58 -7.42 152,644 151,971 199,931 6,094
Jacksonville 95.1 420.89 -1.11 24,463 24,401 25,670 1,127
Jim Chapman 92.0 438.80 -1.20 278,182 239,584 260,332 16,855
Joe Pool 100.0 523.19 1.19 185,948 175,358 175,358 - n.a. -
Kempas of 2015-09-03 70.8 1,140.50 -5.00 190,449 190,323 268,811 10,382
Kickapoo 93.9 1,044.09 -0.91 81,103 81,103 86,345 5,657
Lake O' the Pinesas of 2015-09-03 98.7 229.81 -0.19 265,037 265,037 268,566 - n.a. -
Lavon 90.7 490.14 -1.86 371,626 368,654 406,388 20,025
Leon 93.5 1,373.75 -1.25 25,575 24,761 26,476 1,507
Lewisville 100.0 522.52 0.52 613,040 563,228 563,228 - n.a. -
Limestone 87.7 360.88 -2.12 182,533 182,531 208,014 11,668
Livingston 100.0 131.14 0.14 1,802,009 1,785,348 1,785,348 82,878
Lost Creek 97.7 1,008.86 -0.64 11,681 11,681 11,950 - n.a. -
Lyndon B Johnson 96.0 824.66 -0.74 130,998 110,636 115,249 6,107
Mackenzieas of 2015-09-03 16.7 3,029.21 -70.79 7,748 7,748 46,450 307
Martinas of 2015-09-03 91.3 304.58 -1.42 68,558 68,558 75,116 4,501
Medina 70.7 1,050.69 -13.51 180,260 180,260 254,823 4,962
Meredith 6as of 2015-09-03 21.1 2,873.87 -62.63 143,779 105,365 500,000 5,780
Millers Creek 93.6 1,333.21 -0.79 26,341 25,058 26,768 2,119
Mineral Wells 95.3 862.36 -0.64 6,443 6,443 6,760 606
Monticello 99.4 339.89 -0.11 34,516 34,516 34,740 1,991
Mountain Creekas of 2015-09-03 100.0 458.43 1.43 27,466 22,850 22,850 - n.a. -
Murvaul 90.6 264.23 -1.07 34,680 34,680 38,285 3,306
Nacogdochesas of 2015-09-03 89.6 277.03 -1.97 35,398 35,396 39,522 2,008
Nasworthy 85.2 1,871.19 -1.01 8,689 8,196 9,615 1,232
Natural Dam 7 48.6 2,447.33 -9.67 26,512 26,512 54,560 2,276
Navarro Mills 96.5 424.13 -0.37 48,100 48,099 49,827 4,629
New Terrell City 93.7 503.37 -0.63 8,056 8,045 8,583 823
Noconaas of 2015-09-03 95.3 826.74 -0.76 20,740 20,436 21,444 1,313
North Fork Buffalo Creekas of 2015-09-03 74.4 1,045.43 -2.57 11,452 11,452 15,400 1,239
O C Fisher 10.9 1,872.38 -35.62 12,656 12,655 115,742 1,111
O H Ivie 14.7 1,508.41 -43.09 81,427 81,427 554,340 - n.a. -
Oak Creek 26.7 1,981.24 -18.76 10,633 10,483 39,210 850
Palestine 93.5 343.89 -1.11 349,107 349,102 373,199 21,728
Palo Duroas of 2015-09-03 3.0 2,838.43 -53.57 1,803 1,803 61,066 - n.a. -
Palo Pinto 90.0 865.76 -1.24 24,486 24,100 26,766 2,125
Pat Cleburne 87.4 731.37 -2.13 22,742 22,742 26,008 1,503
Pat Mayse 96.6 450.30 -0.70 113,923 109,763 113,683 5,562
Possum Kingdom 98.5 998.53 -0.47 516,223 516,223 523,873 16,217
Proctoras of 2015-08-21 89.2 1,160.65 -1.35 49,492 49,492 55,457 4,301
Ray Hubbard 92.5 433.85 -1.65 418,177 418,177 452,040 20,322
Ray Roberts 100.0 633.69 1.19 822,703 788,167 788,167 - n.a. -
Red Bluff 73.3 2,821.51 -5.89 110,691 110,691 151,110 - n.a. -
Richland-Chambers 98.8 314.69 -0.31 1,099,526 1,074,602 1,087,839 42,553
Sam Rayburn 98.1 163.91 -0.49 2,821,047 2,802,091 2,857,077 111,847
Somerville 100.0 239.37 1.37 162,315 147,104 147,104 11,375
Squaw Creek 100.0 775.35 0.35 152,384 151,250 151,250 - n.a. -
Stamford 90.5 1,415.81 -0.99 46,696 46,693 51,570 4,772
Stillhouse Hollow 98.1 621.34 -0.66 223,598 223,544 227,771 6,364
Sulphur Springsas of 2015-09-03 87.5 457.70 -1.25 15,522 15,522 17,747 - n.a. -
Sweetwater 11.8 2,087.16 -29.34 1,445 1,445 12,267 166
Tawakonias of 2015-09-03 96.6 436.68 -0.82 841,733 841,725 871,685 36,113
Texana 89.7 42.16 -1.84 143,363 143,084 159,566 8,734
Texoma 8 100.0 617.48 0.48 2,552,271 1,258,113 1,258,113 75,453
Toledo Bend 9as of 2015-09-03 90.4 169.37 -2.63 4,045,804 2,020,852 2,236,450 169,863
Travis 79.3 667.93 -13.07 904,525 882,917 1,113,348 16,022
Twin Buttes 6.1 1,897.19 -43.01 14,790 11,041 182,454 1,184
Tyleras of 2015-09-03 91.3 374.01 -1.37 71,029 65,818 72,073 4,428
Waco 94.3 460.85 -1.35 178,859 178,653 189,418 7,853
Waxahachie 83.4 528.59 -2.91 9,595 8,989 10,780 588
Weatherfordas of 2015-09-03 86.4 893.68 -2.32 15,385 15,385 17,812 1,007
White River 35.1 2,356.29 -15.91 12,463 10,497 29,880 914
Whitney 92.7 531.17 -1.83 513,778 512,919 553,344 21,412
Worth 86.8 592.68 -1.32 29,074 29,074 33,495 3,271
Wright Patman 100.0 225.65 0.65 250,881 231,496 231,496 - n.a. -
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 and Texas 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 a portion 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.