Reservoir Data | Navajo Reservoir |  Lake Powell  |

Navajo Reservoir.  The two charts below show a 20-year storage history and a 30-day inflow/release history for Navajo Reservoir.  
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Navajo Reservoirs Levels as of 9/19/2017: Elevation = 6055.32 ft., Contents = 1289404 ac-ft, % Active Capacity = 60.5%

Note: the upper blue line shows the reservoir contents at maximum pool elevation of 6085 ft.  *The lower red line shows the contents at the minimum recommended pool elevation required for operation of the NIIP diversion. The NIIP diversion sill elevation is 5980 ft. and requires 10 feet of head for full diversion (5990 ft).