Williams Island Dam, east Virginia
Williams Island Dam is on the James River in City Of Richmond County, Virginia and is used for drinking water purposes. Construction was completed in 1905. It is owned by the City Of Richmond.
Williams Island Dam is a gravity dam. Its height is 7 feet Its capacity is 50 acre feet. Normal storage is 50 acre feet.
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