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Folsom Lake Level Rises with Recent Storm

Folsom Lake’s water level stands at 495,194 acre feet, which is 51% of total capacity,

Folsom Lake Nearly Full – More Water Coming

    The current Folsom Lake level stands at about 928,000 acre feet which is 95%

Storm Runoff Raises Folsom Lake Level to 42% of Capacity

  California Department of Water Resources graphs shows Folsom Lake’s water level has risen by

Heard Around Folsom – Full Lake, Red’s Blues, Wine and Dine,

Have you seen or heard? Folsom Lake is 96% full, which is 120% of the

Snow Pack Gets Huge Boost – Is it Enough?

At the end of February, the Sierra Snow Pack was a dismal 22% of normal.

March Miracle? Storms Bring Relief to Folsom Lake

Folsom Lake’s storage has risen by a whopping 78,000 acre feet over the past week,

Folsom Lake – Dam Near Full!

When the Folsom dam operators were releasing massive amounts of water,  many Folsom residents were alarmed.

Why the Heck is Folsom Lake so Low?

  On Facebook, here on MyFolsom.com, and all around town, people frequently remark that after

Folsom Lake Water Level Now at 113% of Average

Folsom Lake is now holding about 828,000 acre feet of water, which is about 85%

Folsom Lake Level on the Rise

  The recent rains have increased Folsom Lake levels to approximately 20% of capacity, up

Folsom Lake Level Looking Good, Relatively Speaking

Folsom Lake begins the new year with 431,178 acre feet of water, which is 90%

Folsom Lake Water Level Up Significantly

  This graph shows that as of midnight, Wedenesday December 10, Folsom Lake water level

Folsom Lake Level Highest Since October

Folsom CA: February rain, snow and resulting runoff has brought Folsom lake to 40% of