Real-Time Water Levels
The Real-Time Data page is now the Site Status Report! The Site Status Report provides comprehensive up-to-the minute information for hundreds of water control structures throughout the SFWMD water management system, organized by regions for ease of navigation. It shows the current volume of water being moved and the water level upstream and downstream at each location. It also shows the daily water level for lakes and other large water bodies. Companion maps, on the far right tab, show key locations with real-time information of volumes of water being moved and daily water levels.
DISCLAIMER: The Site Status Report real-time and water quality data is for the public's general informational purposes only and is considered provisional until it undergoes the South Florida Water Management District's Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) process. The District, therefore, makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to web-based real-time data for any purpose. Any reliance you place on the real-time data is therefore strictly at your own risk.
Daily Water Levels
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers regulates and reports the official daily water levels of Lake Okeechobee and these major water bodies and areas within the South Florida Water Management District:
- Lake Okeechobee
- Kissimmee River Basin
- Everglades Water Conservation Area 1 (Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge)
- Everglades Water Conservation Area 2
- Everglades Water Conservation Area 3
You are invited to the SFWMD's training course: DBHYDRO Environmental Database. Course participants will learn how to access water level, gate opening, rainfall, water quality and hydrogeologic data. Registration is required for the free, one-day event. Seats are limited. You must be at least 18 to register: more information and registration form.