Serving The Residents of Wyoming

Water Level

    The Water Level as of

    March 1, 2014 was 4610.71 ft. elevation

    To View Full Report:

    March 1, 2014

Interesting Facts

  • The Maximum Depth of Lake DeSmet is 120 feet.
  • The Intake Tunnel is 8.5 feet in diameter and is 8,316 feet long.
  • The Earliest Priority for Storage of Water in Lake DeSmet dates back to 1906.
  • The Reservoir Capacity is 234,987 acre feet.

Publications

LDCC JPB 2011 Annual Report

The 2011 LDCC JPB Annual Report has been received and accepted by the State of Wyoming Board of Control.  Copies of the complete Report are available for viewing at the following locations:

  • Sheridan County Commissioner’s Office
  • Sheridan County Clerk’s Office
  • Johnson County Commissioner’s Office
  • Johnson County Clerk’s Office
  • Sheridan County Library
  • Johnson County Library
  • Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition JPB Office

Complete copies may be purchased from the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition JPB Office for $15.00 with notice.
A link to the Executive Summary from the 2011 LDCC JPB Annual Report is available below.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF 2011 ACTIVITIES

 

LAKE DESMET RESERVOIR TRANSFER AGREEMENT

Below is the Transfer Agreement between the Counties and Texaco:
Lake DeSmet Reservoir Transfer Agreement February 12 2011

 

LDCC JOINT POWERS BOARD AGREEMENT

Below is the current LDCC Joint Powers Board Agreement:
LDCC JPB 2010 Amendment

 

LDCC JPB RESOLUTIONS

Below are the current LDCC JPB Resolutions:

Resolution 11-06

Resolution 11-05

Resolution 11-04

Resolution 11-03

Resolution 11-02

Resolution 11-01

Resolution 08-01