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MENDOCINO WATER SUPPLY

Resources

This page contains valuable resources for those wishing to go deeper in their studies regarding the Potter Valley Project, Scott Dam, Coyote Valley Dam, and other issues impacting Mendocino County’s water supply. Our commissioners at the Mendocino County Inland Water & Power Supply Commission (IWPC) care deeply about the future of our community and the well-being of our residents. We’ll update this page in the future with news and studies that help you stay informed and prepared for the future. For more information about your water supply, contact Mendocino County IWPC today.

Water Storage Impacts

The Economic Impacts of Water and Agricultural Industries: Inland Mendocino County

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2015 Silva-Jordan Sandoval Coyote Valley Dam Storage Study

RUSSIAN RIVER INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT: Preliminary Results for Raising Coyote Valley Dam

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Current Water Supply Levels

Lake Mendocino

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February 10, 2020
Current Storage

80,070

(acre-feet)

 

Target Water Supply Storage Curve (acre-feet)

68,400

(acre-feet)

 

Water Supply Storage Curve

117.06%

(% of Target)

 

7-Day Change

+327

(acre-feet)

Lake Pillsbury

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February 8, 2020
Current Storage

56,265

(acre-feet)

 

Target Water Supply Storage Curve (acre-feet)

36,496

(acre-feet)

 

7-Day Change

-402

(acre-feet)

Lake Sonoma

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February 10, 2020
Current Storage

224,914

(acre-feet)

 

Target Water Supply Storage Curve (acre-feet)

245,000

(acre-feet)

 

Water Supply Storage Curve

91.80%

(% of Target)

 

7-Day Change

-274

(acre-feet)