Pleasant Valley Reservoir, Vermont
Stickney Brook is created by Pleasant Valley Reservoir on a tributary of Whetstone Brook in Windham County, Vermont and is used for drinking water purposes. Construction was completed in 1909. It has a normal surface area of 25 acres. It is owned by Town Of Brattleboro.
Pleasant Valley Reservoir, also known as Stickney Brook is of earthen construction, a gravity dam. The core is concrete. The foundation is rock, soil. Its height is 42 feet with a length of 800 feet. Maximum discharge is 2443 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 522 acre feet. Normal storage is 430 acre feet. It drains an area of 1.00625 square miles.
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