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Comments can be submitted via email to Brooks Weisser at [email protected] or mail to: California Department of Water Resources, Attention: Brooks Weisser, Hydrology and Flood Operations Office, 3310 El Camino Avenue, Suite 200, Sacramento, California 95821.Flows to the Feather River are being released through the Thermalito Diversion Dam and Thermalito Afterbay River Outlet.The low flow section of the Feather River (the river channel through Oroville) is currently at 5,200 cfs.During this time DWR will host a workshop and a Skype meeting to review application requirements.Workshop details are listed on the program webpage.With inflows ranging from approximately 14,000 to 20,000 cubic feet per second (cfs), Lake Oroville has risen to 861.5 feet elevation.Hyatt Powerplant continues to discharge 12,900 cfs through the 5 operational turbine generators.
The Executive Update of Hydrologic Conditions can be found at: The Department of Water Resources has released the Final Flood Emergency Response Projects - Statewide Grant Round 3 Guidelines and Proposal Solicitation Package (PDF) and is accepting applications.
Today's electronic readings from 95 sites in the Sierra Nevada show an average statewide snow water equivalent (SWE) of 45.8 inches, or 164 percent of the historical average for March 30 (27.9 inches).
SACRAMENTO - The Department of Water Resources (DWR) will host the news media on March 30 for this winter's fourth manual snow survey at Phillips Station in the Sierra Nevada.
Frank Gehrke, chief of the California Cooperative Snow Surveys Program, will begin the survey at 11 a.m.
just off Highway 50 near Sierra-at-Tahoe Road, about 90 miles east of Sacramento.
The survey will determine the water content of the snow at Phillips.