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Welcome to the Bureau of Reclamation’s Lower Colorado Region
Managing the Lower Colorado River and water resource projects and programs in Arizona, southern California and southern Nevada.

The Bureau of Reclamation’s Lower Colorado Region serves as the "water master" for the last 688 miles of the Colorado River within the United States on behalf of the Secretary of the Interior. We also maintain Hoover, Davis and Parker Dams, annually measure and account for the water’s use, and maintain the river channel and protective levees.

Features and News

Newsroom GraphicLatest Regional News Read all about it! - the most recent news about our activities and programs throughout the Southwest.

Photo of Bill Dickinson, and Terry Fulp accepting plaques National Water Trail Designation - Bill Dickinson, Superintendent of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and Terry Fulp, Regional Director of the Bureau of Reclamation's Lower Colorado Region accepted plaques from the Department of the Interior for achieving National Water Trail Designation for the Black Canyon Water Trail. The water trail is 26 miles of the Colorado River from Hoover Dam to the historic mining area of Eldorado Canyon. The Black Canyon Water Trail was nominated by the Lower Colorado River Water Trail Alliance.

HDPD demonstrates its support for water safety, Free Fishing Day at Boulder City pond attracts anglers of all ages - On June 14, about 20 volunteers and approximately 350 anglers of all ages gathered at the Boulder City Pond to receive fish-related information and enjoy the day with rod and reel in hand at one of Nevada’s Free Fishing Day events. The Bureau of Reclamation, a member of the sponsoring coalition, helped celebrate the day with an informative exhibit focusing on the negative effect of invasive quagga mussels.

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 Regional Highlights

Reservoir Levels
Water Contracting

Colorado River Interim Guidelines for Lower Basin Shortages and Coordinated Operations for Lake Powell and Lake Mead

Colorado River Basin Water Supply & Demand Study
Hoover Dam Tours
Lower Colorado Regional Training and Conference Center
Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program
Tribal Assistance
Grants and Contracts
Water Conservation Office
Reports and Brochures
Law of the River

Contact us:
P.O. Box 61470
Boulder City, NV 89006
Phone: 702-293-8000
Toll Free: 1-855-INFOLCR (463-6527)
Fax: 702-293-8333

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Updated: July 18, 2014