Kent Diversion Dam is located in Loup County on the North Loup River about 8 miles upstream from its confluence with the Calamus River. It is a concrete ogee structure with a height above streambed of 9 feet. Its length is 1,000 feet and the canal headworks capacity is 500 cubic feet per second. The structure is used to desilt and divert water from the North Loup River into the Kent Canal.
Hydraulic Height (Normal Operating Depth at Dam)
Hydraulics & Hydrology
6.23 sq mi
Hydrometeorological Report (HMR)
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