Calaveras, west California
Calaveras Dam is on Calaveras Creek in Alameda County, California and is used for drinking water, and improved navigation, among other things. Construction was completed in 1925. Its normal surface area is 2.3 square miles. It is owned by the City County San Francisco.
Its height is 210 feet with a length of 1200 feet. Normal storage is 100000 acre feet. It drains an area of 98.4 square miles.
Lakes, Dams, and Recreational Facilities Near CalaverasCalaveras Reservoir Calaveras Reservoir Ed R Levin Mayhew Reservoir San Antonio Reservoir San Antonio Reservoir James H Turner Standish Middlefield Reservoir Cherry Flat Del Valle Lake Del Valle Columbine Rubber Dam 3 Shinn Quarry Pits Rubber Dam 1 Decoto Reservoir Halls Valley Lake Patterson Patterson Ward Creek Rinconada Reservoir Coyote Percol Vasona Percol Stevens Creek San Lorenzo Creek Cull Creek Guadalupe South Fisher Creek Almaden Valley
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