The California Department of Water Resources regularly posts the Oroville Dam's current water level on the California Data Exchange Center website. The dam's water level fluctuates throughout the year and is dependent on... More »

As of July 2015, the water level in the Hoover Dam reservoir is at its lowest point ever, at just under 1075 feet. This level is 140 feet lower than its highest point, recorded in 1983. More »

The normal operating depth of the water at Shasta Dam is 522.5 feet. The dam is 602 feet high, 3,460 feet long and has a base thickness of 543 feet. More »

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Information on the water level at Shasta Dam is provided on the Shasta Lake website, which provides up-to-date information on a daily and an hourly basis. In addition, the website has reports on the inflow and outflow of... More »

The most reliable way to measure the depth of a water table is to measure the water level within a shallow well using a measuring tape. Surface geophysical methods are occasionally used when no wells are available. These... More »

To find out the current water level of Lake Shasta in California, go to the Department of Water Resources' California Data Exchange Center, search for Lake Shasta and view the current conditions and historical graph. As ... More »

As of July 2015, the water level in the Hoover Dam reservoir is at its lowest point ever, at just under 1075 feet. This level is 140 feet lower than its highest point, recorded in 1983. More »