Texas Reservoirs: Monitored Water Supply Reservoirs are 80.9% full on 2019-10-13

Statewide Conservation Storage

Summary

Date Percent Full Reservoir Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Capacity
(acre-ft)
Most recent 2019-10-13 80.9 29,163,149 25,343,422 31,324,089
1 day prior 2019-10-12 81.0 29,211,795 25,384,466 31,324,089
2 days prior 2019-10-11 81.2 29,273,803 25,436,391 31,324,089
1 week prior 2019-10-06 81.5 29,381,491 25,538,821 31,324,089
1 month prior 2019-09-13 83.3 29,969,768 26,192,503 31,447,719
3 months prior 2019-07-13 90.1 33,986,573 28,332,018 31,447,719
6 months prior 2019-04-13 88.9 32,909,978 28,027,151 31,543,105
1 year prior 2018-10-13 81.3 30,813,961 25,468,390 31,324,089
*

 Percent Full is based on Conservation Storage and Conservation Capacity and doesn't account for storage in flood pool.

**

   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)
Abileneas of 2019-10-13 68.4 2,007.96 -4.34 5,407 5,407 7,900 494
Addicks 1as of 2019-10-13 - n.a. - 68.90 - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. -
Alan Henryas of 2019-10-13 89.0 2,216.01 -3.99 85,596 85,596 96,207 2,518
Amistad 2as of 2019-10-13 75.7 1,084.71 -32.29 1,623,735 1,394,215 1,840,849 39,477
Amon G Carteras of 2019-10-13 93.7 919.16 -0.84 18,829 18,045 19,266 1,428
Aquillaas of 2019-10-13 84.7 535.24 -2.26 36,644 36,608 43,243 2,755
Arlingtonas of 2019-10-13 85.0 546.80 -3.20 34,155 34,155 40,188 1,853
Arrowheadas of 2019-10-13 89.0 924.20 -1.80 205,084 205,084 230,359 13,578
Athensas of 2019-10-13 93.3 438.89 -1.11 27,556 27,515 29,503 1,683
Austinas of 2019-10-13 94.7 491.99 -0.81 23,320 22,711 23,972 1,534
B A Steinhagenas of 2019-10-13 98.3 82.89 -0.11 65,815 65,804 66,961 10,479
Bardwellas of 2019-10-13 86.7 418.99 -2.01 40,338 39,988 46,122 2,970
Barker 3as of 2019-10-13 - n.a. - 72.22 - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. - - n.a. -
Beltonas of 2019-10-13 95.3 592.28 -1.72 414,624 414,624 435,225 11,818
Benbrookas of 2019-10-13 59.6 683.05 -10.95 51,061 51,061 85,648 2,714
Bob Sandlinas of 2019-10-13 95.1 336.43 -1.07 193,749 183,018 192,417 8,679
Bonhamas of 2019-10-13 80.6 562.87 -2.13 8,901 8,889 11,027 955
Brady Creekas of 2019-10-13 87.2 1,741.08 -1.92 26,756 25,134 28,808 1,860
Bridgeportas of 2019-10-13 85.8 831.42 -4.58 314,313 314,313 366,236 11,016
Brownwoodas of 2019-10-13 86.0 1,421.70 -2.90 110,802 110,802 128,839 5,997
Buchananas of 2019-10-13 95.1 1,016.15 -1.85 792,256 777,054 816,904 21,342
Caddo 4as of 2019-10-13 100.0 168.77 0.27 134,649 29,898 29,898 27,325
Canyonas of 2019-10-13 95.1 906.70 -2.30 360,213 360,142 378,781 7,972
Cedar Creekas of 2019-10-13 90.6 320.08 -1.92 583,953 583,854 644,686 30,763
Champion Creekas of 2019-10-13 67.7 2,072.95 -10.05 28,169 28,169 41,580 1,154
Cherokeeas of 2019-10-13 88.8 278.61 -1.39 39,982 35,600 40,094 3,311
Choke Canyonas of 2019-10-13 47.3 203.66 -16.84 313,398 313,397 662,820 16,403
Ciscoas of 2019-10-13 88.8 1,519.77 -2.69 25,761 25,761 29,003 1,038
Colemanas of 2019-10-13 88.8 1,715.09 -2.41 33,820 33,802 38,075 1,737
Coleto Creekas of 2019-10-13 78.2 95.14 -2.86 24,277 24,277 31,040 - n.a. -
Colorado Cityas of 2019-10-13 46.4 2,056.79 -13.41 14,267 14,267 30,758 - n.a. -
Conroeas of 2019-10-13 89.8 198.74 -2.26 368,917 368,883 410,988 18,088
Corpus Christias of 2019-10-13 81.7 91.53 -2.47 209,367 209,089 256,062 18,286
Crookas of 2019-10-13 87.3 474.87 -1.13 8,045 8,030 9,195 1,013
Cypress Springsas of 2019-10-13 97.7 377.52 -0.48 65,212 65,212 66,756 3,197
E V Spenceas of 2019-10-13 27.9 1,862.31 -35.69 144,533 144,533 517,272 6,528
Eagle Mountainas of 2019-10-13 89.2 646.79 -2.31 160,516 160,516 179,880 8,205
Elephant Butte 5as of 2019-10-13 21.6 4,334.74 -72.26 425,893 425,893 1,973,358 - n.a. -
Falcon 2as of 2019-10-13 30.4 265.87 -35.23 630,160 471,584 1,551,007 34,034
Forkas of 2019-10-13 92.3 401.18 -1.82 589,873 558,430 605,061 24,881
Fort Phantom Hillas of 2019-10-13 88.7 1,633.79 -2.11 62,109 62,103 70,030 3,596
Georgetownas of 2019-10-13 64.5 779.51 -11.49 23,831 23,750 36,823 980
Grahamas of 2019-10-13 87.2 1,072.57 -2.43 39,491 39,477 45,288 2,277
Granburyas of 2019-10-13 94.9 691.86 -0.84 127,122 126,213 132,949 7,866
Grangeras of 2019-10-13 96.6 503.57 -0.43 50,077 50,077 51,822 4,009
Grapevineas of 2019-10-13 90.1 532.49 -2.51 148,443 148,442 164,703 6,216
Greenbeltas of 2019-10-13 20.5 2,627.55 -36.45 12,703 12,271 59,968 671
Halbertas of 2019-10-13 78.8 365.68 -2.32 4,755 4,755 6,033 524
Hords Creekas of 2019-10-13 83.5 1,896.88 -3.12 7,158 7,054 8,443 442
Houstonas of 2019-10-13 93.0 41.56 -0.82 125,047 121,072 130,147 10,851
Houston Countyas of 2019-10-13 97.9 259.72 -0.28 17,305 16,753 17,113 1,280
Hubbard Creekas of 2019-10-13 89.9 1,181.23 -2.08 286,606 281,730 313,298 14,666
Hubert H Mossas of 2019-10-13 96.8 714.29 -0.71 23,394 23,297 24,058 1,063
Inksas of 2019-10-13 92.5 887.15 -1.35 13,209 12,915 13,962 751
J B Thomasas of 2019-10-13 27.0 2,230.30 -27.70 54,633 53,960 199,931 3,528
Jacksonvilleas of 2019-10-13 94.9 420.86 -1.14 24,429 24,367 25,670 1,126
Jim Chapmanas of 2019-10-13 87.7 438.12 -1.88 266,844 228,246 260,332 16,509
Joe Poolas of 2019-10-13 88.4 519.17 -2.83 156,493 154,956 175,358 - n.a. -
Kempas of 2019-10-13 84.0 1,141.94 -2.06 206,279 206,153 245,307 11,652
Kickapooas of 2019-10-13 86.1 1,042.87 -2.13 74,371 74,371 86,345 5,380
Lake O' the Pinesas of 2019-10-13 100.0 229.21 0.71 254,051 241,363 241,363 - n.a. -
Lavonas of 2019-10-13 78.9 487.57 -4.43 323,480 320,508 406,388 17,727
Leonas of 2019-10-13 87.2 1,372.88 -2.12 24,496 24,216 27,762 1,589
Lewisvilleas of 2019-10-13 91.1 520.09 -1.91 548,509 512,835 563,228 25,809
Limestoneas of 2019-10-13 84.7 360.38 -2.62 172,550 172,550 203,780 11,325
Livingstonas of 2019-10-13 94.9 129.77 -1.23 1,700,561 1,694,200 1,785,348 80,046
Lost Creekas of 2019-10-13 92.6 1,007.25 -2.25 11,070 11,070 11,950 - n.a. -
Lyndon B Johnsonas of 2019-10-13 96.4 824.74 -0.66 131,488 111,126 115,249 6,128
Mackenzieas of 2019-10-13 11.8 3,020.39 -79.61 5,474 5,474 46,450 248
Marble Fallsas of 2019-10-13 99.8 736.48 -0.52 6,890 6,890 6,901 544
Martinas of 2019-10-13 81.2 302.96 -3.04 61,507 61,507 75,726 4,401
Medinaas of 2019-10-13 86.4 1,058.26 -5.94 220,174 220,174 254,823 5,587
Meredith 6as of 2019-10-13 41.7 2,889.64 -46.86 247,011 208,597 500,000 7,451
Millers Creekas of 2019-10-13 89.4 1,332.67 -1.33 25,214 23,931 26,768 2,053
Mineral Wellsas of 2019-10-13 87.9 861.59 -1.41 4,637 4,637 5,273 438
Monticelloas of 2019-10-13 80.0 336.30 -3.70 27,804 27,804 34,740 1,666
Mountain Creekas of 2019-10-13 100.0 457.43 0.43 23,910 22,850 22,850 2,801
Murvaulas of 2019-10-13 92.2 264.42 -0.88 35,310 35,310 38,285 3,328
Nacogdochesas of 2019-10-13 87.9 276.70 -2.30 34,740 34,738 39,522 1,981
Nasworthyas of 2019-10-13 86.5 1,871.29 -0.91 8,812 8,319 9,615 1,239
Natural Dam 7as of 2019-10-13 48.4 2,447.29 -9.71 26,421 26,421 54,560 2,272
Navarro Millsas of 2019-10-13 81.5 422.46 -2.04 40,614 40,613 49,827 4,348
New Terrell Cityas of 2019-10-13 92.8 503.28 -0.72 7,980 7,969 8,583 819
Noconaas of 2019-10-13 91.4 826.10 -1.40 19,907 19,603 21,444 1,290
North Fork Buffalo Creekas of 2019-10-13 77.3 1,045.75 -2.25 11,897 11,897 15,400 1,272
O C Fisheras of 2019-10-13 11.3 1,871.15 -36.85 14,470 13,537 119,445 1,055
O H Ivieas of 2019-10-13 70.3 1,541.89 -9.61 389,550 389,550 554,340 - n.a. -
Oak Creekas of 2019-10-13 89.1 1,998.19 -1.81 35,079 34,929 39,210 2,187
Palestineas of 2019-10-13 90.1 343.38 -1.62 331,045 331,036 367,303 21,663
Palo Duroas of 2019-10-13 7.0 2,847.04 -44.96 4,299 4,299 61,066 - n.a. -
Palo Pintoas of 2019-10-13 78.7 864.31 -2.69 21,446 21,060 26,766 2,064
Pat Cleburneas of 2019-10-13 84.2 730.81 -2.69 21,905 21,905 26,008 1,487
Pat Mayseas of 2019-10-13 95.4 450.07 -0.93 112,647 108,487 113,683 5,538
Possum Kingdomas of 2019-10-13 95.0 997.48 -1.52 511,438 511,438 538,139 17,221
Proctoras of 2019-10-13 76.0 1,158.98 -3.02 41,607 41,607 54,762 4,011
Ray Hubbardas of 2019-10-13 84.8 432.16 -3.34 372,732 372,732 439,559 19,452
Ray Robertsas of 2019-10-13 97.1 631.69 -0.81 765,730 765,407 788,167 27,840
Red Bluffas of 2019-10-13 60.1 2,818.12 -9.28 90,844 90,844 151,110 - n.a. -
Richland-Chambersas of 2019-10-13 90.2 312.45 -2.55 1,006,123 981,199 1,087,839 40,924
Sam Rayburnas of 2019-10-13 89.0 161.51 -2.89 2,560,601 2,541,645 2,857,077 105,113
Somervilleas of 2019-10-13 97.9 237.71 -0.29 143,974 143,974 147,104 10,740
Squaw Creekas of 2019-10-13 96.8 773.43 -1.57 146,364 146,341 151,250 3,092
Stamfordas of 2019-10-13 87.4 1,415.47 -1.33 45,090 45,087 51,570 4,652
Stillhouse Hollowas of 2019-10-13 95.5 620.38 -1.62 217,548 217,494 227,771 6,240
Strikeras of 2019-10-13 97.5 292.71 -0.29 22,443 16,512 16,934 1,903
Sulphur Springsas of 2019-10-13 95.0 458.46 -0.49 16,854 16,854 17,747 - n.a. -
Sweetwateras of 2019-10-13 96.1 2,115.78 -0.72 11,793 11,793 12,267 629
Tawakonias of 2019-10-13 93.9 436.04 -1.46 818,805 818,797 871,685 35,548
Texanaas of 2019-10-13 74.5 39.28 -4.72 119,160 118,881 159,566 8,035
Texoma 8as of 2019-10-13 98.8 616.60 -0.40 2,486,499 1,243,246 1,258,113 73,941
Toledo Bend 9as of 2019-10-13 74.2 164.86 -7.14 3,321,664 1,658,782 2,236,450 148,820
Travisas of 2019-10-13 86.1 672.49 -8.51 980,157 958,549 1,113,348 17,141
Twin Buttesas of 2019-10-13 63.2 1,931.35 -8.85 118,993 115,244 182,454 6,262
Tyleras of 2019-10-13 86.7 373.24 -2.14 67,674 62,463 72,073 4,289
Wacoas of 2019-10-13 85.8 458.75 -3.45 162,722 162,516 189,418 7,526
Waxahachieas of 2019-10-13 83.3 528.57 -2.93 9,583 8,977 10,780 588
Weatherfordas of 2019-10-13 83.5 893.16 -2.84 14,866 14,866 17,812 992
White Riveras of 2019-10-13 20.5 2,350.99 -21.21 8,093 6,127 29,880 720
Whitneyas of 2019-10-13 77.5 526.84 -6.16 429,519 428,660 553,344 17,825
Worthas of 2019-10-13 83.3 592.32 -1.68 27,905 27,905 33,495 3,227
Wright Patmanas of 2019-10-13 100.0 224.86 3.66 227,489 135,069 135,069 - 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.