USACE Increases Release Rate to 1,600 cfs
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers resumed management of water releases from Canyon Lake this morning, and will increase the release from approximately 794 cfs to 1,600 cfs over the next few hours.
Property owners, recreationalists and other stakeholders should take notice of the changing river flows. Additional information about Canyon releases and other stream flow data may be found here. To monitor lake levels in realtime, click here.
At 11 a.m. today, Monday, Canyon Lake Reservoir was at 911.113 feet and is in the flood pool. Conservation pool level is 909 feet. Guadalupe River at Sattler was running at 785 cfs.
On May 10, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) announced on its Facebook page that it was managing the water release at Canyon Reservoir at 794 cfs.
On May 6, with Canyon Reservoir at 909.64 ft., GBRA, under the direction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, increased the water release rate at Canyon Reservoir to 780 cfs.