Idaho Power’s operations influence the Snake River. However, there are many other factors affecting the flow in the Snake River, including spring flows, irrigation demand, flood control, snowpack, navigation and special flows for salmon, construction projects and local events.
Call 1-800-422-3143, toll-free, or use the links below for the latest stream flow and reservoir water level information.
We believe our role is to serve not just our customers’ need for power but to do it in a way that serves the environment in which we live. That’s why water quality is at the top of our list.
Each year, tens of thousands of people visit waterways and parks near Idaho Power dams. We think the more you know about dams, the safer you’ll be.
Find maps and flow information about various locations on the Snake River and its tributaries.
Get instructions for using Idaho Power’s Wi-Fi Flow Monitoring System in the canyon.
See the water level elevations at the different boat ramps on Brownlee Reservoir
See our river flow projections for the Snake River below Hells Canyon Dam.
Find out what the water temperature is at Oxbow Dam, or for the Snake River at Twin Falls and Weiser.
Learn more about possible whitewater releases for the Milner Mile, officially listed as the Milner Bypass Reach of the Snake River.
Learn more about water levels and flows.