Water Levels for Colorado

A selection of websites that have reasonably current water level information. Most of this is alphabetical with the exception of stations related by water system. For example the Olympia Dam Tunnel is located next to the Big Thompson below Estes Station.

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# Web Link Hits
1   Link   Diversion Reports - Denver Water
Water levels for front range rivers are frequently affected by diversions to and from the rivers. This is the South Platte and Moffat Diversion reports
1435
2   Link   USBR Colorado-Big T Project Maps
Map of tunnels and reservoir connections
473
3   Link   USBR Colorado Big Thompson Project Plan
Verbal description of plan and water connections.
1433
4   Link   Animas at Durango
2017
5   Link   Arkansas below Granite
548
6   Link   Arkansas at Pueblo
Below the dam.
1847
7   Link   Arkansas at Salida
1391
8   Link   Bear Creek at Morrison
506
9   Link   Big Thompson at Morraine
Gaging station is below where braids come together.
1507
10   Link   Adams Tunnel
This tunnel comes from Grand Lake and then feeds Mary's Lake via Rams Horn Tunnel and then from Mary'ls Lake to Lake Estes via Prospect Tunnel.
936
11   Link   Big Thompson Above Lake Estes
Includes upper Big T and Fall River. Does not include flow from Adams Tunnel.
995
12   Link   Big Thompson Below Estes
Gaging station is just below Olympia dam.
1709
13   Link   Lake Estes Level
1507
14   Link   Olympia Dam Tunnel
562
15   Link   Big Thompson at Mouth of Canyon
809
16   Link   Boulder Creek at Orodell
Lower canyon
763
17   Link   Boulder Creek at Boulder
In town
1668
18   Link   Boulder Creek (South) above Gross
757
19   Link   Boulder Creek (South) below Gross
Flow changes usually occur at 9am on weekdays. Flow can change as much as 50cfs/hr. Call 303 628-6510 for plans for upcoming changes (next day).
2186
20   Link   Boulder Creek (South) Eldorado
733
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