USGS 12117500 CEDAR RIVER NEAR LANDSBURG, WA
Location.--Latitude 47°23'28", Longitude
121°57'12", on west line NW 1/4 SW 1/4 Section 17, Township 22
North, Range 7 East, in King County, Hydrologic Unit 17110012, on
left bank 1.8 miles upstream from intake of Seattle Water-supply system
near Landsburg, 4.0 miles east of Maple Valley, 5.9 miles downstream
from Taylor Creek, and at river mile
area is 121 mi2, excludes Walsh Lake diversion, which
enters Cedar River at mile 19.5, and excludes 1.9 mi2 of
Walsh Lake drainage in Cedar River basin, which is normally diverted
into Issaquah Creek. Datum of
gage is 565.9 feet above NGVD of 1929.
this station on a
map of the basin (PDF).
Additional Data and Information.-- Latest shifted
Flood Stage.--The National Weather Service Flood
Stage for this station is 5.7 feet. King County has
Flood Phase Information for this gage.
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This is one of the two oldest
continuously operating gages in Washington State and the oldest in
Western Washington, with data from August 1895 to current
Flood Phase -
Flow (cfs) -
Boating safety tips
This station managed by the Western Washington Field Office (Tacoma).
Summary of all available data for this site
Instantaneous-data availability statement
Most recent instantaneous value: 10.3 05-29-2023 06:00 PDT
Most recent instantaneous value: 499 05-29-2023 06:00 PDT
Most recent instantaneous value: 1.61 05-29-2023 06:00 PDT
Most recent instantaneous value: 4.4 05-29-2023 06:00 PDT