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Leavitt Reservoir Expansion

PROJECT WEBSITE: Leavitt Reservoir Expansion

All dates below are specific to the schedule of the Environmental Review and Permitting processes for this project.


PROJECT STATUS
IN PROGRESS
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE
Dec 26 2019
0 OUT OF 4
ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
AND PERMITTING PROCESSES COMPLETED
SECTOR
Water Resources
CATEGORY
Other Projects
LEAD AGENCY
Department of the Interior
Description: 

The State of Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) proposes to expand the existing Leavitt Reservoir near Shell, Wyoming, from a pool of 643 acre-feet to 6,404 acre-feet. As proposed, a new 1,800-foot earthen dam will result in a reservoir surface of 193 acres. The purpose of the project is to provide late season irrigation for agriculture in the Shell Valley.

Permitting Timetable

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Overall Project Timetable
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