• Lake Mead Levels to Drop to Historic Lows
  • Hoover Dam Fire Brigade focuses on protecting, rescuing facility workers
  • Prehistoric Elephant Excavated near Elephant Butte Reservior
  • New Laser Light Show at Grand Coulee Dam
Lake Mead Levels to Drop to Historic Lows1 Hoover Dam Fire Brigade focuses on protecting, rescuing facility workers2 Prehistoric Elephant Excavated near Elephant Butte Reservior3 Laser Light Show4
Click images above for more information. Place cursor over squares in top right to select or view images.
Title screenshot from Bureau of Reclamation Stakeholders Meeting on 7/16/14 Deputy Secretary of the Interior Michael Connor and Reclamation Eastern Colorado Area Office Manager Jaci Gould meeting with U.S. Forest Service, Colorado State Forest Service, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District.
Deputy Secretary Connor Announces Additional Funding for Colorado Projects Designed to Reduce Risk to Local Water Supplies from Wildland Fires - As part of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan to reduce carbon pollution while better preparing the nation for the impacts of climate, like longer, hotter and drier wildfire seasons, Deputy Secretary of the Interior Michael Connor today visited northern Colorado to see firsthand the efforts to protect the Colorado-Big Thompson Project water system, and announce an additional $187,500 for Colorado-area projects. His visit comes one year after a key partnership was announced to protect the important watershed area from the effects of wildfire. More...

Logos for Climate and Hydrology Projections PartnersReclamation and Partners Release New Hydrologic Projections for Contiguous United States - The Bureau of Reclamation has released new hydrologic projections that will help local water managers answer questions about future climate, stream flow and water resources. This new scientific data uses the updated World Climate Research Program climate projections that have been scaled to a finer resolution (downscaled) for water management decision support systems. "Reclamation is helping water managers prepare for the impacts of climate change with the release of this information, supporting the President's Climate Action Plan," Acting Reclamation Commissioner Lowell Pimley said. "Researchers and planners can use these future climate and hydrology projections to assess societal impacts and explore adaptation options." The new hydrology projections are available here. More information is available in the News Release

Website screenshot
Website Renovation
- Reclamation is currently in the process of renovating our website. We are soliciting your input to help with this effort. If you have suggestions on how to make our websites more efficient and effective in providing prompt and accurate information on Reclamation programs and activities, please send your recommendations, suggestions or comments to the Web Manager.

Weekly Video from Interior - This Week at Interior for July 25, 2014. A new video will be posted each week from the Department of the Interior featuring activities of the Department and it's bureaus. Click the video above to play or go to the DOI YouTube Site.


Are you looking for:

Dams, Powerplants, and Projects?
Try our Projects & Facilities site!

Water Related Databases?
Get current information from the following sites!

Agrimet - Great Plains | Agrimet - Pacific Northwest | Hydromet - Great Plains | Hydromet - Pacific Northwest

Job Opportunities in Reclamation?
Look at our Human Resources Job Listings!
Traditions, Talent & Teamwork Video
HR Diversity Video

WaterSMART Program?
WaterSMART Grants, Basin Studies, Title XVI, LCCs, CWMP

Information on the Hoover Dam? Visit our Hoover Dam Web Site!

Youth Programs at Reclamation?
View information on Reclamation's Youth Programs

Current News, Speeches & Testimony?
Available in our Newsroom!

Publications, Reports, Studies?
Check out our Library!

Reclamation Policies and Rules?
Check out our Online Reclamation Manual!
Draft Policy and Directives and Standards
Reclamation Rulemaking/Federal Register

Reclamation's Budget?
Review our Budgets for FY 2004-2014

Doing Business with Reclamation?
Acquisition and Assistance Management Division
Financial Business Management System

Recreation Opportunities at Reclamation Facilities?
Visit Recreation.gov
Reclamation Recreation Website
National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass (Includes Senior or Access pass)

Use of Reclamation Project Land and Water Surfaces
Visit the Land and Water Surfaces Use Website

SECURE Water Act Report
Read the SECURE Water Act Section 9503(c) — Reclamation Climate Change and Water 2011 Report

Commissioner's Page
See the latest videos from the Commissioner

Just want to browse our web site?
Pick from the index of our pages!

Reclamation Quick Facts?
Try our Quick Facts page!

Search the Reclamation
Phone Book:

Addresses & Contacts

Submit Comments or Questions

Recovery.gov Logo
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009

Reclamation Recovery Projects

Stay in touch with Reclamation:

Facebook link
Twitter link
YouTube link
Flickr link
Pinterest Pinterest Instagram
RSS Feed link
multimedia link

Last updated: 7/30/14

Please let us know if you did not find what you were looking for or if you have any suggestions or recommendations for improving our Web site! Contact the Web Manager