Pardee, northcentral California
Pardee Dam is on the Mokelumne River in Amador County, California and is used for drinking water, irrigation, improved navigation, among other things. Construction was completed in 1929. It has a normal surface area of 3.3 square miles. It is owned by East Bay Municipal District.
Pardee is a gravity dam. The foundation is rock. Its height is 345 feet with a length of 1337 feet. Normal storage is 197950 acre feet. It drains an area of 575 square miles.
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