Marston Lake

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Marston Lake[1]
Marston Lake.JPG
The lake in 2016.
LocationDenver, Colorado
Coordinates39°37′48″N 105°04′04″W / 39.63000°N 105.06778°W / 39.63000; -105.06778Coordinates: 39°37′48″N 105°04′04″W / 39.63000°N 105.06778°W / 39.63000; -105.06778
Primary inflowsSouth Platte River
Basin countriesUnited States
Managing agencyDenver Water
Water volume19,795 acre⋅ft (24,417,000 m3)
Surface elevation5,525 ft (1,684 m)

Marston Lake is a reservoir in Denver, Colorado. It is owned by Denver Water and was completed in 1902.[2] The reservoir sends water to the Marston treatment plant, and from there the water is distributed to Denver residents.

The reservoir receives water from the South Platte River. The river receives water from the Colorado Western Slope through a transmountain diversion via the Roberts Tunnel.

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  1. ^ "Marston Lake". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2016-07-13.
  2. ^ Denver Water. Historical timeline. Viewed: 2016-07-13.