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Stream flow monitoring station

CCD Irrigation Ditch nr Sequim

Station details

ID18G250
typeTelemetry  satelite dish   
Latitude48 04' 19" N
Longitude123 09' 23" W
Stream classN/A
Staff leadTyler Burks
tyler.burks@ecy.wa.gov
CountyClallam
EcoregionPleistocene Lake Basin
Period of recordJuly 2000 - Jan 2007
Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA)
17 stations (active and historical)   show historical 
  id station name type* coop
18A050 Dungeness R. nr mouth T
18C070 Morse Cr. @ Four Seasons Ranch T(h)
18C150 Morse Creek blw Aqueduct T
18D060 Matriotti Cr. @ Olympic Game F... SA(h)
18F250 Agnew Irrigation Ditch nr Sequ... T
18G250 CCD Irrigation Ditch nr Sequim T(h)
18H250 Sequim/Prairie Irrigation Ditc... T
18J250 Highland Irrigation Ditch nr S... T
18K250 Independent Irrigation Ditch n... T
18L060 Siebert Ck. @ Old Olympic Hwy T(h)
18M060 Ennis Creek nr Mouth T(h)
18N050 Little River nr Mouth T(h)
18P070 McDonald Creek @ HWY 101 T
18Q050 Indian Creek @ Mouth T(h)
18Q200 Indian Creek nr Maple Grove MSH(h)
18Q240 Indian Creek blw Lake Sutherla... MSH(h)
18R250 McDonald Irrigation Ditch T
*  T–telemetry   SA–stand alone   MSH–manual stage height
h - historical

Station description

In April 1998, the Washington State Department of Ecology and the members of the Dungeness River Water Users Association formalized a memorandum creating a temporary trust water right under Chapter 90.42 RCW. This agreement describes the process of creating a permanent trust water right for future irrigation and instream flows and states that no more than 50% of the flow of the Dungeness River may be diverted. To assist the Dungeness River Water Users Association with the implementation of this agreement, Ecology has installed five flow monitoring stations on selected irrigation ditches. In cooperation with the irrigation districts, Parshall flumes and near real-time flow monitoring equipment has been installed at the CCD Irrigation Ditch (above the split), at the Independent Irrigation Company Ditch (at the fish screen), at the Agnew Irrigation Ditch (at the fish screen), at the Sequim Prairie/ Dungeness District Ditch (at the fish screen), and at the Highland Irrigation District Ditch (at the fish screen). Construction of these sites was completed in the Spring of 2001.

Station Photo

Photo of stream from sample site