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Storage

Water Authority

As of Aug. 31, 2018
Reservoir or Storage Program Storage (AF) Change from Previous Month (AF)
In-Region Surface Storage
Lake Hodges 3,626 119
Lower Otay 366 29
Olivenhain 19,590 -502
San Vicente 130,942 -1,178
Sweetwater 1,179 -76
Total 155,703 -1,609
Out-of-Region Groundwater Storage
Semitropic - Original Water Bank 16,117 0
Total 16,117 0
Combined Total 171,820 -1,609

AF = acre-feet

Member Agencies

As of Aug. 27, 2018
AgencyReservoirStorage (AF)Capacity (AF)% of CapacityChange From
Previous Month (AF)
Carlsbad M.W.D. Maerkle 25 600 4% -5
City of Poway Poway 2,956 3,330 89% 130
City of San Diego Hodges 11,679 30,633 38% -206
City of San Diego Barrett 11,400 34,806 33% -89
City of San Diego El Capitan 27,256 112,807 24% 758
City of San Diego Lower Otay 31,067 49,849 62% -41
City of San Diego Miramar 5,535 6,682 83% 42
City of San Diego Morena 3,301 50,694 7% -147
City of San Diego Murray 4,060 4,684 87% -38
City of San Diego San Vicente 183,852 249,358 74% -727
City of San Diego Sutherland 12,706 29,508 43% -173
Escondido, City of Dixon 2,474 2,606 95% 34
Escondido, City of Wohlford 2,174 6,506 33% -48
Fallbrook P.U.D. Red Mountain 450 1,335 34% -194
Helix Water District Jennings 8,876 9,790 91% -20
Helix Water District Cuyamaca 455 8,195 6% -51
Rainbow M.W.D. Morro Hill 219 465 47% 117
Ramona M.W.D. Ramona 2,245 12,000 19% 18
San Dieguito Water District San Dieguito 706 883 80% -40
Sweetwater Authority Sweetwater 4,448 28,079 16% -137
Sweetwater Authority Loveland 13,624 25,400 54% -157
Valley Center M.W.D. Turner 1,125 1,612 70% -42
Vista Irrigation District Henshaw 2,272 51,774 4% -640
Total (including Water Authority) - 332,904 721,596 46% -3,818
Water Authority storage in member agency reservoirs - 136,113 - - -1,609
Total (owned by member agencies) - 196,791 - 27% -2,209

Metropolitan Water District (MWD)

Reported November 7, 2017
Reservoir or Storage ProgramTotal Capacity (AF)Storage Levels on 1/1/2017 (AF)Take Capacity* (AF)

Put Capacity*
 (AF)

MWD's ICS1 1,450,000 5,000 5,000 190,000
Bi-national and System Efficiency ICS2 104,000 80,000 49,000 24,000
Desert / CVWD Advance Delivery Account 800,000 38,000 38,000 139,000
Colorado River System Total2,354,000123,00092,000353,000
Central Valley Storage Programs 1,319,000 359,000 214,000 157,000
SWP Flex Storage 219,000 154,000 154,000 65,000
MWD SWP Carryover3 307,000 210,000 210,000 97,000
State Water Project System Total1,845,000723,000578,000319,000
Diamond Valley Lake 810,000 566,000 376,000 244,000
Lake Mathews & Skinner 226,000 172,000 64,000 54,000
MWD Surface Storage4 Total1,036,000738,000440,000298,000
In Basin Cyclic Storage, Conjunctive Use, and Supplemental Storage 412,000 1,000 1,000 166,000
In Basin Storage Total412,0001,0001,000166,000
Other Emergency Storage5 Total328,000328,000  
Total 5,865,0001,913,0001,111,0001,136,000
Emergency Storage6626,000626,000  
Total WSDM Storage 5,349,0001,287,000  
Projected CY 2017 Put 1,037,000  
Projected Year-End WSDM Storage 2,324,000 

 

 

 

 

1 MWD's ICS capacity is 1,450,000 acre-feet per the California ICS Delivery Agreement.
2  Metropolitan is scheduled to receive 24,000 acre-feet of Binational ICS in 2017.
3  Carryover storage includes MWD's and DWCV's Article 56 Carryover, which has a capacity that depends on the SWP Table A Allocation. 
4  Capacity includes 298,000 acre-feet of emergency storage in MWD's reservoirs.
5 This portion of MWD's emergency storage is in the SWP system.
6 Includes storage in MWD's reservoirs and the SWP system.
* Take, put, and storage capacity assumed under a 85% SWP Table A Allocation and based on best available information.
Total WSDM Storage level is subject to change based on accounting adjustments.
Source:  MWD WSDM Reports dated 5/9/2017 and 10/9/2017.