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  • Keswick Dam is located nine miles downstream of Shasta Dam and regulates the flow released down the Sacramento River. Keswick Dam is located nine miles downstream of Shasta Dam and regulates the flow released down the Sacramento River.
  • Shasta Lake is showing its clay banks as California enters its fourth year of drought. Shasta Lake is showing its clay banks as California enters its fourth year of drought.
  • Majestic Mt. Shasta, stands 14,162 feet tall and sets the backdrop for Shasta Dam and Shasta Lake Majestic Mt. Shasta, stands 14,162 feet tall and sets the backdrop for Shasta Dam and Shasta Lake
  • Trinity Dam is an earth fill dam on the Trinity River – California's third largest reservoir. Trinity Dam is an earth fill dam on the Trinity River – California's third largest reservoir.
  • Shasta Dam and Shasta Lake with the Temperature Control Device and the Headtower (structure used during construction) exposed due low reservoir level. Shasta Dam and Shasta Lake with the Temperature Control Device and the Headtower (structure used during construction) exposed due low reservoir level.
  • 75th Celebration of the construction of Shasta Dam. 75th Celebration of the construction of Shasta Dam.
  • 75th Celebration of the construction of Shasta Dam from a Different Angle. 75th Celebration of the construction of Shasta Dam from a Different Angle.

The Northern California Area Office (NCAO) is responsible for the operation and maintenance of Shasta, Keswick, Trinity, Lewiston, Spring Creek Debris, Whiskeytown, and Buckhorn Dams, including powerplants and appurtenant facilities.

In addition, NCAO also oversees the operation of Stony Gorge Dams, the Coleman, Lewiston, and Livingston Stone National Fish hatcheries, administers water service contracts, and manages Reclamation lands within its geographical area.

Federico Barajas, Area Manager
16349 Shasta Dam Boulevard
Shasta Lake, CA 96019
530-275-1554

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Last update: May 15, 2015

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