Lewisville Dam, Texas
Garza-little Elm is formed by Lewisville Dam on the Elm Fork Of Trinity River in Denton County, Texas and is used for recreation purposes. Construction was completed in 1954. Its normal surface area is 36 square miles. It is owned by Corps Of Engineers Swf.
Lewisville Dam, also known as Garza-little Elm is of earthen construction. The core is homogeneous, earth. The foundation is soil. Though originally completed in 1954, the structure was modified in 1979. Its height is 125 feet with a length of 32888 feet. Maximum discharge is 216800 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 2082800 acre feet. Normal storage is 464500 acre feet. It drains an area of 1660 square miles.
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