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State governments are responsible for public safety regulation for more than 80 percent of the Nations dams (non-Federal dams). State and local governments are responsible for determining how land is used in floodplains and for enforcing floodplain management regulations.
The Mountain Dell Dam provides a water equalizing and storage reservoir for Salt Lake City, Utah located 10 miles (16 km) east of the city in northeastern Salt Lake County, near Interstate 80 in Parleys Canyon.
Some of the Utah dams that produce hydropower a clean, renewable source of energy include Flaming Gorge, Lake Powell, Deer Creek, Causey, Jordanelle, Pine View, Cutler, Logan 3rd, and Black Smith Upper to name a few.
Great Salt Lake, lake in northern Utah, U.S., the largest inland body of salt water in the Western Hemisphere and one of the most saline inland bodies of water in the world.
The majority of NID-listed dams are owned by private entities, state and local governments, and public utilities. Federal government agencies (e.g., USACE, U.S. Forest Service) report owning approximately 3% (2,758) of dams in the NID, including some of the largest dams in the United States.
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The Flaming Gorge Reservoir, largely situated in Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, is also considered one of Utah and Wyomings greatest fisheries. Flaming Gorge DamImpoundsGreen RiverHeight502 ft (153 m)Length1,285 ft (392 m)Elevation at crest6,047 ft (1,843 m)21 more rows
The California Water Code entrusts dam safety regulatory power to DWR, Division of Safety of Dams (DSOD). We provide oversight to the design, construction, and maintenance of over 1,200 jurisdictional sized dams in California.
The last large capacity reservoir built in Utah was Jordanelle, which was completed in 1992.
Kariba Dam, Zimbabwe. Kariba Dam is the worlds biggest dam based on water storage capacity. Bratsk Dam, Russia. Akosombo Dam, Ghana. Daniel Johnson Dam, Canada. Guri Dam, Venezuela. W.A.C Bennett Dam, Canada. Krasnoyarsk Dam, Russia. Robert-Bourassa Dam, Canada.
Oroville Dam, earth-fill dam on the Feather River, California, U.S. Completed by the state of California in 1968, it is the highest dam in the United States and one of the highest embankment dams in the world.

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