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At a glance: OKC reservoir water levels

A look at maximum and current water elevation for each of Oklahoma City's four storage reservoirs.
Oklahoman Modified: January 9, 2013 at 8:49 pm •  Published: January 9, 2013

OKC reservoir water levels

Maximum and current water elevation, in feet above sea level, for each of Oklahoma City's storage reservoirs:

Lake Hefner

• Maximum capacity: 1,199

• Current level: 1,182

Lake Overholser

• Maximum capacity: 1,241

• Current level: 1,234

Stanley Draper Lake

• Maximum capacity: 1,188

• Current level: 1,171

Lake Atoka

• Maximum capacity: 590

• Current level: 578


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