Kimberly, east Wisconsin
Cedars is formed by Kimberly Dam on the Fox River in Outagamie County, Wisconsin and is used for hydroelectric power and improved navigation purposes. It has a normal surface area of 270 acres. It is owned by Daen Ncc, U.S.A. C.E.
Kimberly, also known as Cedars is a gravity dam, of earthen construction. Though originally completed in , the structure was modified in 1933. Its height is 16 feet with a length of 654 feet. Maximum discharge is 40700 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 2300 acre feet. Normal storage is 900 acre feet. It drains an area of 6201 square miles.
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