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River & Lake Levels

The District monitors river and lake levels at 22 automated stations, and at an additional 33 stations in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey. 

The river levels are given in feet above Mean Sea Level (MSL), which is roughly equivalent to the surveying datum NGVD 1929. These values show the elevation of the water surface above sea level, and not how deep the water is relative to the bottom.

The water levels are normally posted within one hour of observation. Follow the link below to view the most current readings:

Updated historical high and low levels for selected stations are available in PDF format (75KB). If you need additional information, please contact Megan Wetherington at .

River and Lake Level Updates

There are no updates at this time.

Automated Phone Line
The District offers a 24-hour voice recording of current river levels. To reach the recording, call:

(386) 362-6626
(800) 604-2272 (FL only)

Use the station extension codes to obtain information about specific monitoring stations.

Archived River and Lake Level Data