California relies on a network of reservoirs that provide water to municipalities, industry, agriculture, and the environment.

Reservoir Levels
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With the start of the new water year on October 1, California’s major reservoirs are in the best position they have been in at the start of a new water year in nearly six years. Lake Oroville is the one exception, as it has been kept low during the repair of the damaged spillway and auxiliary spillway. Water managers are cautiously optimistic for the upcoming year; it is too early to tell at this point what the winter months might have in store.