It’s official….all three of the city’s reservoirs are now at full capacity.
Lake Arrowhead became the last to reach 100% and Lake Kickapoo has been going over the spillway since late last week.
Lake Kemp reached 100% capacity about 11 days ago.
This is the first time Arrowhead has been refilled completely since March of 2017.
In June of 2016, both Kemp and Kickapoo were 100% but Arrowhead was just slightly under.
In June of 2015, all three were refilled to capacity for the first time in years.
All three of the lakes have risen a significant amount in the last month.
And to put it in some perspective, when Arrowhead is at 100% capacity, there are more than 230,000-acre-feet of water stored.
At the low point of the drought, there were only 48,000-acre-feet left in the lake at around 20% full.