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Yearly Peak River Levels

  • 2005 (spring) - 1174.3 ft
  • 2005 (rain event) - 1172.44 ft
  • 2006 - 1170.4 ft
  • 2007 - 1174.5 ft
  • 2008 - 1167.3 ft
  • 2009 - 1173.84 ft
  • 2010 - 1166.3 ft
  • 2011 - 1182.89 ft
  • 2012 - 1172.98 ft
  • 2013 - 1172.5 ft
  • 2014 (spring) - 1175.95 ft
  • 2014 (rain event) - 1183.10 ft
  • 2015 - 1169.97 ft
  • 2016 - 1173.30 ft
Date (yyyy-mm-dd - hh:mm)River Level (ft)River Level (m)
2016-12-02 - 13:261167.58355.87
2016-11-25 - 11:371167.80355.94
2016-11-18 - 11:141167.87355.96
2016-11-10 - 09:581169.10356.34
2016-11-04 - 15:131170.40356.73
2016-10-28 - 09:591169.10356.34
2016-10-21 - 08:271168.51356.16
2016-10-14 - 08:591169.31356.40
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Flood stage is considered to be 1172 feet above sea level, measured at First Street, although there are some places along the river in recreational areas where the river is overbank before this level. The earthen dike is at an elevation of 1186 feet above sea level, measured at First Street. This provides approximately 3 feet of free board above the highest level Brandon experienced in 2014.

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