San Diego Hydrogeology


Site Description for Lake Hodges - SDLH (13S/2W-12M1-3)

STATION NUMBER: 330320117024701-3 013S002W12M001-3S   Agency: USGS
LOCATION: Lat 33°03'20.42", long 117°02'47.03" referenced to North American Datum of 1983, in SE 1/4 NW 1/4 SW 1/4 sec.12, T.13 S., R.2 W., San Diego County, CA, Hydrologic Unit 18070304
WATER-LEVEL RECORD: The period of record for intermittent and daily water-level measurements is listed below.
State well number USGS station number Intermittent Water-level Daily water-level
13S/2W-12M1
13S/2W-12M2
13S/2W-12M3
330320117024701
330320117024702
330320117024703
2/13/2013 to present
2/13/2013 to present
2/13/2013 to present
2/15/2013 to present
2/15/2013 to present
2/15/2013 to present
COOPERATION:
WELL CHARACTERISTICS:
Well Id Hole depth (ft) Well depth (ft) Perforation depth (ft) Casing size & type
13S/2W-
12M3
12M2
12M1

280
280
280

50
110
270¹

30-50
90-110
170-250

2" PVC
2" PVC
2" PVC
¹ Note: Sump
ROAD LOG:

From I-15 go east on Bear Valley Pkwy. Turn right at San Pasqual Rd, drive ~0.9mi. Turn right at the Orfila Winery entrance. Follow gravel road (0.25mi) to a triple junction. Turn left, pass through the gate (code: 1-2-2-5), leaving gate as it was found. Drive downhill, stay right at the fork; go ~1.75 mi to a double gate on the left. Gate opens toward the fields (code needed). Take the left fork, ~0.1mi, SDLH vault is on the left. Ground can be very soft, 4x4 my be required.

Project Chief: Wes Danskin
Phone: 619-225-6132
Email: wdanskin@usgs.gov


Welcome to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) San Diego Hydrogeology project website, which provides geologic and hydrologic information for the transboundary San Diego–Tijuana area, USA and Mexico. This website provides background information about the project; a variety of news items; a large amount of data, in particular for USGS multiple-depth, monitoring-well sites; geologic and hydrologic models; and additional resources including photos, illustrations, and references. Last updated: April 2016

Some additional data may be available from the USGS database National Water Information System (NWIS).


Questions about San Diego Hydrogeology? Please contact Wes Danskin (email: wdanskin@usgs.gov or send a letter). 619.225.6132