GRDA Flood Gate Operations

At 9:30 AM on Tuesday, May 14:

  • Grand Lake elevation was 750.10 feet. Daily target elevation for May 14 is 742.87 feet.
  • At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, one (1) east spillway gate was open at Pensacola Dam, discharging​ 1,390 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.
  • Six (6) units were online at the Pensacola Dam powerhouse, releasing 14,056 cfs of water through generation.
  • Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 15,446 cfs
  • Inflows into Grand Lake totaled 29,360 cfs
  • Lake Hudson elevation was 629.14 feet. Normal elevation is 619 feet.
  • Four (4) units were online at the Robert S. Kerr Dam powerhouse.
  • Releases through generation totaled 32,130 cfs.
  • Inflows into Lake Hudson totaled 16,636 cfs.

Upcoming Events

     UPCOMING EVENTS

May 18th 2019– Barkaritaville Party with Second Chance Pet Rescue. Live music and “Cheeseburgers In Paradise” dinner with ticket admission. Location will be at Honey Creek Landing / Shopping parking area from 5:30pm to 9:00pm

May 18th 2019– Free Vessel Inspections!!!!  America’s Boating Club of Grand Lake (Formally known as Power Squadron) will be hosting their National Safe Boating Week down on the dock with FREE boat safety inspections from 9am-2pm. INSPECTIONS CAN BE COMPLETED BY LAND OR LAKE!    

     

GRDA Lake UPDATE

At 10 AM on Wednesday, May 8, 2019

  • Grand Lake elevation was 745.52 feet. Daily target elevation for May 8 is 742.47 feet.
  • At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, four (4) main and three (3) east spillway gates were open at Pensacola Dam, discharging​ 37,892 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.
  • Six (6) units were online at the Pensacola Dam powerhouse, releasing 13,707 cfs of water through generation.
  • Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 51,599 cfs.
  • Inflows into Grand Lake totaled 45,776 cfs.
  • Lake Hudson elevation was 623.85 feet. Normal elevation is 619 feet.
  • At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, two (2) gates were open at Robert S. Kerr Dam, discharging 33,488 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.
  • Four (4) units were online at the Robert S. Kerr Dam powerhouse, releasing 29,430 cfs of water through generation.
  • Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 62,918 cfs.
  • Inflows into Lake Hudson totaled 53,580 cfs.