Links to Water and Area Information

Colorado Division of Water Resources

Colorado’s Stream Flow
Colorado online Stream flow information.

Links to specific gages on our project:

Dolores River below McPhee Dam

Dolores River at Dolores, CO

Dolores River below Rico, CO

Dolores Tunnel outlet near Dolores, CO

Dove Creek Canal below Great Cut Dike

Groundhog Creek below Groundhog Reservoir

Groundhog Reservoir near Dunton, CO

McPhee Reservoir Storage

Lone Pine Canal below Great Cut Dike

Rocky Ford Canal #2 above Totten Reservoir

Towaoc Canal near Towaoc, CO

U Lateral Canal below Great Cut Dike

 

Natural Resources Conservation Service

SNOTEL Data
The SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT Percent of Average represents the snow water equivalent found at selected SNOTEL sites in or near the basin compared to the average value for those sites on this day. The TOTAL PRECIPITATION Percent of Average represents the total precipitation (beginning October 1st) found at selected SNOTEL sites in or near the basin compared to the average value for those sites on this day. The Dolores Water Conservancy District uses the El Diente Peak, Lizard Head Pass, Lone Cone and Scotch Creek sites for averages in the Dolores river basin. The reference period for average conditions is 1971 – 2000.

United States Bureau of Reclamation

Upper Colorado Region, Water Resources Information Center
Bureau of Reclamation Basin/Reservoir Data.

Mesa Verde National ParkPlaces of Interest

Montezuma County
Information related to Montezuma County.

City of Cortez
Information related to The City of Cortez.

Dolores Chamber of Commerce 
Information Related to the Town of Dolores and surrounding area.

Anasazi Heritage Center
Museum of the Ancestral Puebloan culture and other cultures in the Four Corners region.

Water Information Program
Public information sponsored by local water districts, organizations, and agencies.