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The control for this site is undergoing
modification beginning June 14, 2021. The monitored pool will partially
recede and the recorded stage will be lower than historic values. The
computed discharge will not be available until sufficient field data is
gathered to re-establish a new stage-discharge relationship. Questions
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--01574500 CODORUS CREEK AT SPRING GROVE,
--Lat 39`52'43", long
76`51'13", York County, Hydrologic Unit 02050306, on right
bank 15 ft downstream from abutments of dismantled county highway
bridge on Township Route 452, 0.1 mi downstream from small left-bank
tributary, 0.3 mi downstream from east boundary of Spring Grove, and
7.0 mi southwest of York.
--75.5 square miles.
PERIOD OF RECORD.
--May 1929 to September 1964,
November 1965 to current year. October 1962 to September 1968,
published as West Branch Codorus Creek at Spring Grove.
--Water-stage recorder and crest-stage gage.
Concrete control was utilized from November 1965 to June 2021. Datum of
gage is 430.86 ft above National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929. Prior
to Jan. 18, 1930, nonrecording gage, Jan. 18, 1930, to Sept. 9, 1941,
water-stage recorder at site 0.9 mi upstream, and Sept. 10, 1941, to
Sept. 30, 1964, water-stage recorder at site 0.8 mi upstream, all at
datum 5.64 ft higher. Nov. 1 to Dec. 20, 1965, non-recording gage about
40 ft downstream at unknown datum, Dec. 21, 1965, to Mar. 31, 1966,
non-recording gage at present site and datum.
--Monthly records of change in lake
contents and daily diversion furnished by Pixelle Specialty Solutions
(formerly P.H. Glatfelter Company). Funding for the operation of this
station is provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore
--Flow regulated by Pixelle Specialty
GAGE HEIGHTS OF IMPORTANCE
Supplied by USGS
: Maximum recordable gage height
(stage sensor operational limit) - 15.7 ft; Data transmitter
operational limit - 16.4 ft;
Supplied by NWS
: No flood stage has been determined
for this station.