Current Concho Valley Reservoir Status

(Note: The Twin Buttes north pool is currently above the 1926.5' elevation, at which point the north and south pools are considered equalized as a single body of water. The conservation acre-feet storage capacity, used in determining the full capacity of the reservoir, is taken from the revised March 2018 tables developed by the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Great Plains Region (using 1964 tables plus 1970 USGS Survey data) for the Middle Pool, with an additional 4,602 acre-feet added to account for the additional water in the south pool.)

Reservoir Date Time Elevation
(NGVD29)
Acre-Feet Gallons Percent
Full
Nasworthy2/15/20197:00 a.m. 1,871.50 8,581 2,796,127,431 89.25%
O.C. Fisher2/15/20197:00 a.m. 1,874.19 14,800 4,822,594,800 12.39%
Oak Creek2/15/20197:00 a.m. 2,000.27 40,020 13,040,557,020 102.07%
Twin Buttes2/15/20197:00 a.m. 1,931.15 117,798 38,384,596,098 63.17%
E.V. Spence2/15/20197:00 a.m. 1,861.66 140,300 45,716,895,300 27.12%
O.H. Ivie2/15/20197:00 a.m. 1,535.00 294,500 95,963,119,500 53.13%
Total 615,999 200,723,890,149 43.19%