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Water Supply Reliability

Storage

Water Authority

As of Aug. 31, 2017
Reservoir or Storage Program Storage (AF) Change from Previous Month (AF)
In-Region Surface Storage
Lake Hodges 6,483 -187
Lower Otay 7,189 1,635
Olivenhain 17,553 -1,072
San Vicente 128,158 -511
Sweetwater 2,613 -100
Total 161,996 -235
Out-of-Region Groundwater Storage
Semitropic - Original Water Bank 16,117 0
Total 16,117 0
Combined Total 178,113 -235

AF = acre-feet

Member Agencies

As of Aug. 28, 2017
AgencyReservoirStorage (AF)Capacity (AF)% of CapacityChange From
Previous Month (AF)
Carlsbad M.W.D. Maerkle 59 600 10% -5
City of Poway Poway 2,429 3,330 73% -20
City of San Diego Lower Otay 45,223 49,849 91% -294
City of San Diego Barrett 12,590 34,806 36% -97
City of San Diego El Capitan 41,806 112,807 37% -298
City of San Diego Hodges 18,617 30,633 61% 1,112
City of San Diego Miramar 5,635 6,682 84% 71
City of San Diego Morena 4,108 50,694 8% -216
City of San Diego Murray 4,129 4,684 88% 85
City of San Diego San Vicente 191,271 249,358 77% -655
City of San Diego Sutherland 13,743 29,508 47% -198
Escondido, City of Dixon 2,502 2,606 96% -14
Escondido, City of Wohlford 2,320 6,506 36% 350
Fallbrook P.U.D. Red Mountain 350 1,335 26% -195
Helix Water District Jennings 7,842 9,790 80% -513
Helix Water District Cuyamaca 696 8,195 8% -73
Rainbow M.W.D. Morro Hill 333 465 72% 193
Ramona M.W.D. Ramona 2,215 12,000 18% -170
San Dieguito Water District San Dieguito 643 883 73% -63
Sweetwater Authority Sweetwater 12,724 28,079 45% -437
Sweetwater Authority Loveland 14,041 25,400 55% -130
Valley Center M.W.D. Turner 1,350 1,612 84% -262
Vista Irrigation District Henshaw 7,447 51,774 14% -2,223
Total (including Water Authority) - 392,072 721,596 54% -4,853
Water Authority storage in member agency reservoirs - 144,443 - - -235
Total (owned by member agencies) - 247,629 - 34% -4,618

Metropolitan Water District (MWD)

Reported May 9, 2016
Reservoir or Storage Program CY 2016 Storage Limit or Capacity (AF) Storage Levels on 1/1/2016 (AF) Maximum CY 2016 Take Capacity (AF)A Estimated Change in Storage 2015 to 2016 (AF)
Desert / CVWD Advance Delivery Account 800,000 200,000 116,000 -49,000
Lake Mead ICS1 1,530,000 80,000 49,000 -71,000
Total 2,330,000 280,000 165,000 -120,000
Arvin Edison Storage Program 389,000 123,000 68,000 -42,000
Castaic Lake and Lake Perris 219,000 30,000 30,000 30,000
Kern Delta Storage Program 250,000 120,000 50,000 -32,000
Mojave Storage Program 390,000 31,000 0 -8,000
MWD SWP Carryover2 300,000 0 0 -36,000
Other Emergency Storage 328,000 328,000 0 N/A
Semitropic Storage Program 350,000 128,000 116,000 -58,000
Total 2,226,000 760,000 264,000 -146,000
Diamond Valley Lake 810,000 315,000 125,000 -79,000
Lake Mathews 182,000 141,000 63,000 63,000
Lake Skinner 44,000 34,000 4,000 4,000
Total 1,036,000 490,000 192,000 -12,000
In Basin Cyclic Storage, Conjunctive Use, and Supplemental Storage 353,000 7,000 12,000 -21,000
Total 353,000 7,000 12,000 -21,000
Totals
Total * 5,945,000 1,537,000 633,000 -299,000
Emergency Storage 626,000
Total Start of Year WSDM (dry-year) Storage 911,000
Projected Use of WSDM (dry-year) Storage (CY 2016) N/A
Projected End of Year WSDM (dry-year) Storage N/A

1 MWD's ICS capacity is 1,450,000 AF (CA ICS Delivery Agreement). Also includes MWD's Drop 2 Reservoir & Yuma Desalting Plant, which are temporary System Efficiency ICS (January 1, 2016 storage level is 80,000 AF) and once used, its capacity is lost.
2 Carryover storage includes Metropolitan Article 56 Carryover and other SWP Carryover (which does not have a specific storage capacity).

A Take capacity assumed under a 60% SWP Table A Allocation.

* Capacity includes 298,000 acre-feet of emergency storage in MWD's reservoirs.

Source: MWD WSDM Report