East Verde River Diversion from East Clear Creek


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Gage NameEast Verde River Diversion from East Clear Creek

C.C. Cragin Operation & Maintenance Update:
  • Six pumps continue to operate 24/7 with approximately 23 CFS discharging to the East Verde River.
  • A four day outage is scheduled from July 21 - July 24, 2014 per U.S. Forest Service for work related to new bridges being built on the Houston Mesa Road.
  • An outage is scheduled for mid-August for tunnel inlet inspection per U.S. Bureau of Reclamation requirements.
  • SRP issued a press release on July 17, 2014 regarding C.C. Cragin Reservoir operations and plans for this year.
The flow gage on the East Verde River records the amount of water pumped from C. C. Cragin Reservoir on East Clear Creek over the Mogollon Rim to the East Verde River about 13 miles north of Payson, near Washington Park.
Originally, this facility was established as a mechanism for a water exchange with Phelps Dodge. SRP acquired the facilities in February 2005 and has been diligent in restoring the infrastructure to SRP standards.
The precipitation gage was installed on July 13, 1985. On January 21, 2010 5.05 inches of precipitation fell at the site.

Data TypeValueLatest Reading
USGS Flow (cfs)0.00 cfs7/24/2014 4:30:00 AM
Recent Precipitation0.00 in7/24/2014 4:30:00 AM
Cumulative Precip Since Jan. 16.60 in7/24/2014 4:30:00 AM
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