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[!] Over the next year, the USGS Pennsylvania Water Science Center will be updating the geodetic vertical elevation (gage datum) for many locations. Click HERE for additional information including a current list of streamgages with upcoming datum changes. This update in gage datum does not affect the location of the streamgage, nor the observed local gage height or discharge recorded at the streamgage.




USGS 01451630 Cedar Creek at Mouth near Allentown, PA

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Station gage imageSTATION.--01451630 CEDAR CREEK AT MOUTH NEAR ALLENTOWN, PA
LOCATION.--Lat 40`35'15", long 75`29'48", Lehigh County, Hydrologic Unit 02040106, on right bank, 200 ft upstream of Martin Luther King Jr Drive, 2000 ft upstream of confluence with Little Lehigh Creek.
DRAINAGE AREA.--14.5 square miles.
PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 2020 to current year.
GAGE.--Water-stage recorder, crest-stage gage, and water-quality monitor. Datum of gage is 258 ft above North American Vertical Datum of 1988. Satellite telemetry at station.
COOPERATION.--Station established and maintained by the U.S. Geological Survey. Funding for the operation of this station is provided by the U.S. Geological Survey.
GAGE HEIGHTS OF IMPORTANCE.-
Supplied by USGS: Maximum recordable gage height (stage sensor operational limit): 10.10 ft; Minimum recordable gage height (orifice): 0.37 ft.
This station managed by the PAWSC New Cumberland Office.

Available Parameters Period of Record
  
2020-01-17  2022-08-09
2020-01-17  2022-08-08
2020-01-17  2022-08-09







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