The Ivanhoe Diversion Dam, located on the Ivanhoe Creek approximately 7 miles east of Norrie, Colorado, diverts water from Ivanhoe Creek and the Cunningham Tunnel through the Ivanhoe Creek crossing into the inlet of Nast Tunnel. It is a concrete gravity spillway, with a retaining wall in combination with a Parshall flume. The sluiceway is one 3-foot-square cast iron slide gate with pedestal lifts. The headworks consists of two 4-foot-square cast iron slide gates with pedestal lifts.
7 mi E of Norrie, CO
Hydraulic Height (Normal Operating Depth at Dam)
Hydraulics & Hydrology
Spillway Capacity at Elevation
605 cfs at 10012.7
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